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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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Latest Telegraphic News Service=-Freign and omestic-Furnished


by The Associated Press


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VO.. VIII NO. 219


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905.


PRICE.


5 CENTS


FIFTY CASES IN WLL TRY TO MAKE FRENCH
LICK (IGAMBLERLPSf If)DISrO


NEW ORLEANS


WEDNESDAY


Physicians, However, Still Con-
sider Situation Under
Control.


ATTORNEY GENERAL MILLER, OF INOIANA, WILL MAKE AN EFFORT
TO COLLECT MONEY LOST BY AUDITOR 8HERRICK-SHORT.
AGE OF DEFAULTING OFFICIAL NOW $127,372.

By Associated Press. Tanley In his speech at Hamilton.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Sept. 20.-Accord- Ind., as having been lost by gambling
ins to Attorney General Miller, who at French Lick in April, 1903. is ten
thousand dollars. It is understood
Pow has charge of the legal matters that other amounts wera also lost in
p'ertaining to the alleged defalcation a similar manner.
Si former state auditor Sherrick, the The shortae of Sherrick will be re.
'sate will make an effort to collect the duced to $127,372 tomorrow. No new
noney. which it is alleged has been estimate has been made of the, real
lost by Shorrick at the gaming table Ivalue of the remaining securities tu;rn-
The amount referred to bW Governor ed over by Sherrick.


NLY SIX DEAISTO POSECUTEMAY PISTPINF


CONTRIBUTIONS


TO POLITICAL


CAMPAIGNS


President of New York Life Says
Candidates Hounded Him
for Money.

EVEN PARKER TOOK EVERY DOL-
LAR THAT WAS OFFERED HIM


-MoCALL TELLS LEGISLATIVE


Reported During 24 Hours Ending C .... OMMITTEE OF BIG SUM DO--M ISS
a6 cpi NATED TO DEFEAT SILVER IS- L
S cA NUMBER OF OPENINGOF SUE. MI
By Associated Press.
oT ALL CASES REPORTED DE- New York, Sept. 20.-Political con-
NOT YLO F tributions of the New York Life In-
VELO YELLOW FEVER. BUT surance Comnany and the connection
NO CHANGE HAS BEEN DECID-Sof Andrew HIamilton of Albany, wi L
the alleged political activity of tihe
EO UPON FOR SEPARATING company were the features of today'.
A N D R E R in'--etigation by the legislative com-
ACTAL AND sUS~PiCIous Who Ha Sereted Cases of Tel- Board of Instruction Will Consider E,,
CASES.co WhoHaveSecretedCass of B rdofinstruction Will Consider President John \. McCall was thel
loCA Fever-Arrests Will be the Matter at Session h 'raf witness and he was rubjec ied

BMade Soe Tn y from Charles E. Hughes. coi'sel for Korean Ruler,
By Associated Press. n. 0- y. the committee. The climax wa
-(Th 'X.g : .t'-etpt soo:-: acoutT-' tiettcd reached when McCall declared th. in His Reigi
f lsoliciting of funds for campaign. pur-l
NSOn account of the prevalence here slItswa nfu confine ti ne in His Reign
Ne Or;,: .- S pt 2-Fol- Mayor Bliss and the health authori- of yellow fever, it is probable that the cs was not confined to th rs "vl i- Fnr
S low:pg is ,h, ,,,fla, r, r ties are, determined to put a stop to opening of the various public school ca ry 1904. He said "My lifa or
S sisx pem te secretion of yellow fever, and in of the ci vaty m oua be p lic spone for if-ias a( wparv with dmo',ratic can-
.: N Sdatf. v, o t rained in the recorder's court at an however, will be decided upon today, (f the- ou nV arho 1r1 w"- y h eo Sepni. il'.
It- Da!- : oiay ,: toal to da:e '- earl date to answer to this charge. when there will probably be a nmee -rvienu ei in the "an petor regy. fir
F: 351 The mayor stated last night that ing of the Bard of Public denouncing :lv" : ho crontin rimtey p rei n. i nr .
.-. New foci 11. three of the five cases found yester- for the purpose of arriving at some at every s ,'-nm crossing my pa: at
Cases. under treatment 327. .- day had been secreted, and no notice decision. key h se . win for money. Pa. i roos- A and t
Cases wouldshow y he t t
S Ca-se. don-cthar'i l'.01il. '." given the health officials of their con- The term would have opened for' ke w hi en s' wolas chairman b *i ,, Miss R, :li,
Si. edition, and that as a -onsequence the the city schools on October "nd. but Imocks whn ra was chairmanmitee I0 wher, they sat
#s 4-^t y#-41.<.#^ -*### -- parties as soon as they were well it iS feared that the yellow fever can- )eery docrar offtate Comm;te. t1k w a he hr y at
E R__ Dwould be arrested and tried in the not stamped out by that date. so every domar offered him. o arkeratic State other pri
REGARD SITUATION court for a violation of the law. the matter will be discussed today. Coman of the Democrati." c State ah memb~rs.
FULLY UNDER CONTROL The ecreting of yellow fever or any It i more than probable that te mitteein1885.cCall sa that ntrbto were a a .
con;aglous disease is a very serious McCall saihbthat contribution were almi ,l ,,
New Orans. S,. 2- The increase matter, and the mayor proposes t oger 15th or possibly later made only o the National campaign (h' empe:rr
len all assistance possible to stop fund and were made it year not so f tli presil.-t
In the aani stote n.oiw tra etpportelP Ev were the schools to open at :nuh to aid toe :epubi1az p-ir? s re p livd for hoer.
'in jhe m': oI n'-'w eao reported Pb the practice. Had the three cases th3 regular time there would be mahy to defeat the silver Issue and support t the emprr.
,toay ,a n ., nt, ir-sin on on the ph- which developed yesterday been re- patents who would not allow their to defeat thanar d. to the emp r
..-ans v0 r,*za '1h<- situation as ported to the officials as soon as they children to attend for fear that they th rgold standard. A,r lunlieM)n
.ini.ii t L r,> Few promi.ci rwer' taken Ill there would have been tten some mos- It wes sown .hat $2t..00!) had rl .tive foods.
i:I Few prom were ill h er .ud been might be bitten It% Stme infected mos' been paid to H1amilton with only a '1(, K<)',,m 'a t
nt, l little chance of a spread from this quito.ton th
,,.-r nan,- a, anone the nw cases .tclion. but now it cannot be told verilal a-counting to McCall and, n,ot iclals.
Si; n>:. a ,ii tii .'t' avhs aT will occur. passed upon iby th.* finaiict coniimmittee l
N a: th cas-s reporie as yellow The ma:or stated last night that Me CHOL RA a elareid no ,ni-iey wai ev.or
,.- d. v;iiei)d that dimrsase at th( the only way to rid the cry of yellow ven Hamilton to in'l';ence legisr:a, t, co(mvey the im
S *,. hirv-six ,hours ,im*, necs- .fever was to stamp out the mosquito :n. irctly or ind'
1a b and there is no way of accomplishing It ws shown that Hamilton new him or any c,)ri)
r.r to:r a <-omplte diaino'sis but no thi, unless the resident's lend their owes sixty thousand d oirs, bhit M,- v: al'c thintz M
-lb :nmw ha.- l)0o'n decided upon for aia. Call declared it would be repaid if' al)(lut1-eliv fa-.l
F parainr *!, ar'ual cases from those By Associated Press. called for. h c.hairmnn of
.riti "!mt ,t t'o aes ro theous orBerlin, Sept. 20.-The official bulle-
voich ,-n ow tohe I u ucious : < Ar O IiM-RA today shows six new cases and one JUDGE PARKER SAYS f, .*,,'*.
.aaea or ocias ath of cholera reported within tha McCALL IS LYING W\'iiw F F
!. it be'.: :ha' h'it- :is. e, imper- IS IMPROVfl N twenty-four hours ending at noon to- mo.'- n i '
C t han thal o;>pori:unitR' h. aillwe.1 (lay. This makes the total to date 213 No w York. Senit. 2.--.l-uI( Parkr t rirt N: n;ot';.
. -;pp,;n.,) ,f ,ou,'ful -ca,-s. % i..P ( ses an.. 76 deaths. said tonight th it ;f MT (:nili il'ni: l. ,' f-in' M '':i'.
c ',,-quin( nt dan-- : of spreading tl' By Associated Preis. .----___
tio ",'or.n New York. Sept. 20.-Baron Komu- -


FLORIDA LEADS

IN FULLERS EARTH

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RATIFlCATION OF


PEACE TREATY


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By Associated Press.
S'at u : ,,,. , 2'.- 1' is defi-


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BLISS INVITED TO
ATTEND CONVENTION


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PROCLAIM REIGN OF GRAFT l IPNE

IN PHILADELPHIA AT ENDI IOE UL

REFORM ORGANIZATION NOMINATED CANDIDATES TO RUN
AGAINST REPUBLICAN NOMINEES AND EXPECTS ENDORSE- Uo LL
MENT OF DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION TODAY.

By Associated Press. -nd. This holy is consecrav'd to a,
Philadelphia, Sept. 2.-The "City lofty purpo and I wish itooffer a trib-i
lit e otf thanks to Mayo;t \\ea\-.'f. who
Party" reform or.gan:zation held a h than ks to May v. t ,ho
tcon tyo, con nion It :,i te nptominate: P,< >'th," f, p i'<'.iii '. < >- Reo rted by State Board of Health
candidates for sheriff., co ner anti portunitv to w>in fr,.,,hom." This wa.o i
two counlv comml in, n-ei s t o run i',t'* td wo:1', h e,, ~ i Phvysicians uring W red
against the Ropubli;!iim i oni(' '-s who The ('. o\''iin ad,)teol a platform; rPhsI IUi Gl ed-
were named ];aIt v I',k. T'hs, noii- declaring ina ra,. arii 'y wa ,s formt'.
nees. it is .xp (;eii. will be .'ntlorse, o,) free T rity 'm ',- control of, esday.
by the I)enoecraiic C oniity e.inventior corrupt and cr'ni:n'i; em(-inspirators, a:!.
.tomorrow. ing themseltx e reitmllicans. 1I aine'
Chairman E i'ward1 in the opening'i, put an end ti ;)vi 1n 'm nl WIDALY SCAiTT RED
-tO'ech declare,,: \Vt e pr(n'ai) n tha;: tlh.' rein of graft ini 'hi'adc p)ha sha;ll, ; a tov.rnn tnt :)"r n. .r Is, j


OOT RD OF Threseof the Patients Had About

OOSE T B OfSAFETY Passed Period of infection.


IED WITH


PEROR


HELD REGULAR


MEETING


ALL FEVER CASES SHOULD BE
REPORTED IMMEDIATELY TO
PREVENT SPREAD OF THE DIS-
EASE-NUMBER OF DOUBTFUL
CASES REPORTED-SITUATIONr
STILL HOPEFUL.


for the First Time Routine Business Was Transact-1. ., ,. .. .^.,,.,
n, Lunched With ed, and Applications for 1 t t .t
signers. Positions Received. | ': n i it t.:t ',. '
-N'vw ca.s, tfi 'jo:al to
coatedd Press. 4. ".
cla)t. 20.- ho em The Bt,,,rl of P:1:; c Saf,'y h (1 a rt ,-' : .-* t ; ot.li to 'late, -.
li first tim e in his!ra : '-, .w , r :..->. '- , ; ,,in n :
' A t.-1 vij i nti rs. liH e a : o ' K. . ..t .. ..- r
t ,. tc, o, iss Alice tIeI whi(. i ', lial'- a m n it.imat't'l ,dunt c(a-. :-. .
Z '. A i:nm ial Train. th l tr f-w we t '- x:- ls d l- )' is i 4 .
r '.'-r.,-;in cortest 1< parts of 7:n fir; '10 pi up n ; v' : -1T4 ,' ,- 1
Sii,' ban(Iu t hall. ,'. .'-r of ir,'s. r! ,. itss aw n l d i ;i .,a '.
',)', T'' c. T crown tV an (l the iri l ia;!l upon theilt l t it '' i Ti n.' :> : | a. : r:' : 'r at
s ii 'r*,i i' with tim-' a' : >Z--. tit., an, collh, ionlns _-,r, rt, -, 'i- ,. r. H, 'a'.r r7 r e-
,t ih i p a:a.- 'y'i' ,l andlihd ld.i. r n
xx-'Vi o i 1 of 1 T he r 'pnor; of ;he niar .-mhal show edl r , ,' ., i t ; on '-a-
S' ii 471 arrests ha.Il ), n i;m :', d;ir-' tPW .' 1 1" s f' .,as i--ti for
K'1"-: e~ ip ief- t :" Ii i i ;th 0t A ulg!i-., of x (,; ic11. 'p .. ,1 ;t
asteid au h i. ooth t A el, p ,i , .. I ,,,l wes
Sw ish n t i r, i; o v. dl 'T h e re '-r l s li v, t h t il i" I w e r
a ere lNcharged, 32.9 fo.n, guilty il ''' l f the'Se
. wNi h I i: if I sent to the crime ina! co',trt. Fit t1 v" two ,; r '. : itx. r r'- ve:iiance
< ]{i'' ' 'iv 1 ls t'setdi aim ouintii I to $1,',i.75 andl ,. :I pI) St (' in ~. t t',nmaiin.i; three
.i a ..,, ni h ,'' s $32 ). T he c() l o. t n ; 1 m i;,,x' -."L, I W 1. ,: I-, w i -
S $ a 2 i; frtm fines f 2 I from '
i..t, and $t.).25 from !i:itl i. ,. it ihe :.
-- App'ir: n i fr" pol itions in th,- po-' The New C,.'es.
ilrossi Pa-,:- Pa tm' t'N were *1 from (' H Those i e e. ;. :.w f,.v,r v,.ster.
i:,, I] . R. E. H n bricks, )it i .1 hns< .
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ra. in-. Japanese p ace envoy, Lhoug',
confined by illness to hi; apart-:
%n ::Ss. wa much better today. A
l,;!le;in given out says his condition
4e.>n'inues satisfactory and that he is'
;tead';y improving.

ERIF NOW OWNS

THlE C. H. & D. RY.

By Associated Press


New York. Sept. 20.-President Un-
deur'wood of the Brie R. R. Company'
announced that the directorss of the'
Erie today authorized the purchase ofl
a (majority of the stock of the Cincin-,
na'i. Hamilton and Dayton railro~u.
The method of financing the deal was'
agreed upon and will be published,
iater. The Erie system acquires bt-'
;w,AWn thimrt-five hundred and flour
thousand mites of tracks by the pur-
dcase.


JAPS DEMAND THAT

CABINET RESIGN

By Associated Press.
Tokin .'.-4. 20.-Tha anti-peace,
. .;ne !..1 in U.yena Park today wa,-
: : 'n1t.,td on aceo Th., ait:r-,'ich's were guarded '0Y"
- -',,ps l->olu;ilons were adopted di'-
:iiai;td:nc hi.ai the canine: resign ,,.
.'a', ~o peace treaty An address
So :'.t ;hr nt, was adopted also b;u ,
Sa. t. --vt. punished
TAGGART CASE TO BE
DECIDED SATURDAY
',\ (io, SepW 20.-JudcLe
..- ide te taggart d vo:.--'
,'a-, !i Sa-urda'.. Attorneys fir
.- w, r.e informed that the de.
:M o.~,uld bt- rendered on tna'


('. V ar!i. .\Ii wer.' r 'tf : ,i *m ,-
'im::h 'hal 'i r) t,'*')po;'t'd on ;a ie ni xI
.-)", : for p)os;t. 'i.- in rhim firi
'i' ] i:':it w tO ro -iv ,l from J. 1 'V.
Itim. ai- .IJohn Shicri:n, an.! \v,?-re
St ," to the ci:,!f ol ihat idepar'-
',:t r'-ion,,iation of Offlers .T. if
.,.h ian .(o:I n iL:; -ti ''"'r. ret-el;
S! m oi r 1i 1 ; -. G ri ftin i' )i
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PASSENGERS TO

BE TRANSFERRED


By Associated Press.
I;a'tim r,. S, t. 2 --Th,. North
'mall [L d Norkar i. -f
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'v ii' ak t i n t ti. .-.on' - )': a *
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BRYAN STARTS

ON TOUR TO-DAY

By Associated Press.
I.' ,'oin N ':).. Sep'. : ,. -Mr. aii1
Mi W nm. .. ,Li'.a v.-i:n !,-,ir sonrt a .l
'.ti ,i ig',mi "r ;oiu.mrro)> fsr a T,;ur f1
iht world Th.v will .m from Sa
Fran i-')o )Ion S "i)t. 2~6, an,'i reach To-
kt) Octet' 1 5.
I, '. i .i:ltin thev go to the Philip-
: t..-. r i) to Ais'raila and Ni.wv
/ ' ri : i t i l -,'i I' l 7h? v. Lter :1
S ;:, Ntx- ~pr;i'ti- irni IDirnm r :h,'y
x i \'si h.- 4i.-)ly Land and large
f: tr f J u'; t: '
.'1t. Ilrvan -ex)'rsl 'o be absent not
- tha:, on'.e -,r. r
STREET FORCE FILLING
IN ROMANA STREET'


Death of Fred. Bohlman.
r-,. )': man, a young man weo"!
S-r ::: '.. c:y., and who was the
., :. a::. river of one 'of :he pub:!c
S*:,' i..:* y.ves'e-.ia n. niorn'nz a- hi;
., .i: 7'n*rm hw- :stern portion of
h < l' i Hi had ;:in i. for a num-
:t.r ou w,.-k-.


UNCOE SAM: "CHASE HIM OUT OF THI COUNTRY, MR, FROST-CH ASE HIM OUT"9


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a. ~. .-- --'-making.
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imn."e I '''-tton 'I Itaclinnear


m.'n;: i.; ;Ai. U;,r( I. No. 4U6 South
('. ". l .l'l,
Mir. and Mr .J-'ck a Quigipy's a!l
: n .. :- (,f ... 0 ;iV
r< (Its.
The ia ,r 'v, -- ,ae beeOa
'iv)--ly wat. ': I'h)'-I i ian- f or
t-0 rda- > : -t .W :it, until pro
l .' ,,o n : : ,,1w,,' r.tl. I' 4 '.pro-
IoIUnc 1iL ;.Ox.': ..w 1 .0- t!. I h ym
h,. : ,. ,(} "i :y fh from the
itf' 'l'm'm.or;-' -0', board of

r.:,. I~r. i" ';',.', :,- a..* .- ai' at li-
, . i ; "v. ' -: ,: t r!i in s .id
thei n v .- t .- will probia-
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l ow fevt'r ...
Cases Not Reported.
;l>> of '~..i .r,., <'- -' W t', r, r>w ."-
S :., t;'..- .. ri. "* m 1r1* ,f
'i:-' t n "i' :i ha no
it'ly ic- iatn '.1 i i::: :. ori e.
l:'( T;iy ;io ip . ':< ,* r,. takeni t)
'r' :in oir f inin aft-- h i.-' t iir il
y .raI y .,* th- ,. e ,'li',ii- 'et ,'.t ,
U -A r n .srop5 w,'i i:nrn.t-l'. 'ak.-in *4
pr-,. ',nt thi q;r, .! ',, .': -e. a ltli'gh the Dnf.-t.edl Tt r I; h,.t. about)
,a- ed.
Must Reps'rt Cases.
'a Ptn.in' co. r.:m'- r .r mn health
h'i qhminar:.- Ia 't i .-*-. r o, *h1i ef-
f,.v t.' '': m"1 t .-- .- '*1 .' ,ex' cha."-
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BASEBALL
Seprember 20
By AsscCsated Presa,
Southern League.
N,.-'.v lI 4, N ,- O I na 6.
; n;.::i- n ha: .. U ,... ;; ,k S.
*'. :,': ,: :' ;. S;' : >.,rt 2.
American League.
V e.. h'int ,-" ,. I !- ,,n 7.
N. *v York 1, Ph.ra,! -lh.& L

National League.
Roston r,. Br ok "a ". ,'ir.t --amrk.)
Bo-ton 1. HBr<,-i ;.r '. al --; 8o
count dark--,.s-. ",t:d g 't."" -
Philadelph]a '", N- v Yor.: first
Philaidelp;hia 7. N .v York 1, secondd


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Chicago 5, Cinciarati 4.


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Withdrawal


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drau the regular troo-ps fron
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a'r-- rmi-iet..l o x1-l--in~ition of~ti.

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V4t lnJtt ; tele tI sip ji: N',.1! in


s.al iI;.Id at I 'if.:x ..Il\ y 1,.
al artii- aid -ti t' r. uir.j: t l1
I; is by no t1:) ,'is likely.
i! ,n' il rr. f t' ** r''gui.i.rl.-s
if. iv w1ill -b. 1'' ft of its t
S;. r' i 'ity. It \, ill still I'
' pol rl:tntl of -.. ti', '\ Tli
It n Is of th' If :n.' "n. T1i-
iarrai ks. re :t trr-.t x
be t:11K n f. lI. tiI I)'t
Srint i t at 1 i' :i rt a i

t l i ; I -i l'. 1 : r :i *\ i '] lir 4
TI Il iai ti. s i; r, ,,f It
I yi-l.!y diltu:'i. M :Iny (
" u\',' r,', 1tar '. i r.
v" 4b enT1 I I ,


of


British


have bern I son been without a liberal infusion of
%"to men of! the best blood in the empire. This has
:;y 369. furnished the town with much social
\'.-n aft(r capital, and its removal will be a so-
.that Hal- cial hardship.
title of th'e Halifax - the most t(1e t eih,.iht'nt ce-ntury. Th'- Ht:'lifax:
iitatry W\-llirgt:in ish A,' riea. first appiartdl in 17.l 2
.I,,*'* v.wilI The town was foundedl :t l:'st ti'th *v
iiot' r .v- .v, ars I, f .or- that, antl itiritig the R Iev-
7:.: r.- fr olutli, '-ry war it v .:s : t, !, :Ia st-ongi
,ti7.ii '. 1iitItiary post by ',"rir \\:il!is Th II.kev
-"<'l .I-a;l- of K- :.t. f;athI r of Qu- I Vict, ria,. vas
tIifax '\ i!l (- '!i, ; an;!t !< tt i:t <,f t he garriont in lhi.s


f the n -st
itish army
r1 ,t no


yolnL'cer :'ays !1 i
.tri'r tin of 11' t
g.ive\' th, post 'e


: It;- i't' O WIth !t
f Ire'Ul~lt Jt. 11, L.


tr .i. s i'*- ;- .t has th. ri- tlihe stroing,< t f rlr,


Garrisons


On anc on unt ff its situation and Ina;uTril
:tadvantlas It has a harbor which is ex-
tre meily v iluable as a naval base. Her-
it was lhat Uoscanwen's tl t eo lld'cted to)


c(, Tn. V.~olfe and his
I >lol!-u st of Quebt-c.
As t'Ie headquarters
North American and


troops to th.-
of the British
VWest Indian |


From


"Iltjid ron Halifax has stihlnt
without thei pIr ec'i(' of 4 1.,; of
A d(1111 ll iy H ou ~,, in (;,)tlIi n .-:r l.
h i',s I ,' b* Oc It- r id ,i't of :1 2 .*'li-
t' rs. The dockye'trd, tit, ,I,', rt\ o' f t::.
- \ .,'r;i, t,. e tel'nds for lhatlf a tni .'
.t agi; the harbor frontt .t l ontail- ,i]!
tht:- ;Ip iPAli we's and r'i!, t i'lo nr'- i'tr .,
l l-ett i:.-s naval station. Its Iry IIoek
is tilh.. **lt1l of any other ,n tlh (','':ti-
1, tit, hit\' i:g a length of 613 f,.t t :;Il .
width of s vit'ity f'e't at the bott'ttr.
The (ity is ],'-f itidel by lhv'-'n forIt-
a l I hatt'ritts, one of whi ihl cit.i'tl,
('towniingi tlhei hll ton 11uih Halifax i-
b 'ilt, is re.;'ut,'ed to bi). afte-r Qurbec, the
stro',iLest fortilieatilonl in A\meri:,i. Th
ci*y itsl If ,ext. t' i along the slope of ia
hill 1- a1 c0 an a ',:; tihr,, nilos i-i
l ,.ith b] y w,,'I' in \i lth. 11 pri -'Is. ant
p>. ''t i. nt is not far fronm "5(,'i0 .
ThIli hi l,' |:i ,;' rins of th1 I;riti h Pa-
citic i .- Uetln'roh .t.rt at -.tIimm.l t. a lit-
tle s. aplort toni Valit''Iou island. fottr
Init s from the ity ,1 f \i,'ntoria:. It has
a L !'.; ili'c'Tlnt l- b ,i r cI? ,' N hilt l of aCc<,nm -
mol;t i niii I thti lar '( ga.r-''i-i l bias for soti' time been re-
tiut.''-d li, a nonIin:Al t. I-i a, a1 th 1 f \\
t. m: ni i r. .ulfars ,'*. ;' :.,t r :zrt the
*tI 'rti'nity to return 1 lIhi tight litil.
i 1 Next to HIalif::-,. 8 *. o-rge arll
lt .'! :1 isl: .i, in th. l' i m udL ts, l ]vi,
S .. lth e n o l ifi' i t lt ival l Iand il-
itw, st:i;ini s of (;I' ;'t 1 iitain In t lh


north h Atlitic. That liermudla ha ,


America


NATURAL MONUMENT
VENERATED BY INDIANS.


Ti ':s' ,x '~-ot.. to d S"'r.

- .- it tie 8 I le wolitia


been considered an Impor*t V: str-itte-
gicad point in the dvf-nse ..- il
is shown by the -:iz.- (of r.
maintained there. Vnil iro~.
irtnvuw% re quartori 'U i tht I jI e* -
N'IV' -t Tindian relrzl r., ~ n'ri~i'Ct ,iUr
ant ii ltbawtwcs az.i:6 L,. 12 t!_ ..
tot~ril forms a corsiderl''ra'-. ....; iu~i,,j

%N iti -,%lti( h 7ritish c-'Ooiit.-7 :,.1l ,ti

'A ~ S or1ar' i sn tv-

f -It'd ta i.: i. hs! t'. 1 1, '. t

-v ~ *4* in. 7' irt17 m,1' '
11',' T11 11. 't U: *!
A%;I -~ asapacP,4e of -I. it a

the flo-t V it.1vr f*-
IWinav it,!group. is Ith. ic i .
*.1 fetice-s It ilL \W. t ii-s
Il. ci.- '. tttr! trdelrg otft'ic T.rr- ag I0
in,, i:~.t* t. in-k (-I tiat :4r '.:..7.,1t.



of t hae lin. e-s t' I KIt


-f t~i- in t!,--ii
htlw- n lc\,,- C




Uii~t I' I it'



14) '.j!' t ln.si~ t 1 i..

ill.t'. v oli h Otht' lit- tas 8t i f I

Ir )lit!"I- rigsl.Sankd (wis S thll A tt7-r


disipute, but 1t '10 C has hild tho tt-tnler-
it'- t() doeitvthatit Itw'a:4- 'ttof the 7610,
'lriiiid:'i-1is the Irg-t: of tlii'' it tish
%Vt 4 et-l' xcep~t J'ttll:tltci. Itt, i 1l
-4*it'ltlt*-tnII,. .11T!I t Iref t t f,. N i :iI ,I V t I Eir, 71 .
I It i' Int Ot atss*Ati wit h ii; '.o i I:'
It is-t acrown vn Cil my. the- itft;ii s (0"-
a auttiiby *.X-tut ze I aIi '-it. cI


TI--.ih' garrisoen has lon:t1wI tr--
(I d tie;I r:.;iimnlnt 'i-iititliel I,. pn,-
ef( -t1ritai'iirz fC.v self ipotta


:* 4 't .1 *e \ n'.'
-.. I ". r t)

,, \ ,| t , :'
; :. t -- o t 1 -
'Tis frrtak ,If n ti i ..
if t alr Iit ai ,t!-
t 1 it attracts many


WIND AND WEATHER PERMIT-
TING.
In SuM itr' ti I.-' ,"'i of time that a
w id-\\ :li: t \\. .,.Is is. ttr-
'm;,. t 1t. tl i, a .l i.-t afte-r her huF-
1,al iJ" d ,l h hi eI, ; .1 fl:liist;:Uf at
;.r ,loo, r. uii i,,ii w , +. ? 1lisZ 1 raised.
\\'ii!.' hl r0 4 :.>ina untorn by the
' i l ,ti i .-.tI f rbtt'i t i! t she shoull
i ..rr I'" l tllI .is .:'. i : t re-nt appears.
r) nii:itt-r h' o t:riy -i -an liy asil.d"
! -.r \v. :. 't I h! r t ibe'comr ing
',\\ n :nlI b I.' Aii h i'. iA.
AN ENGLISH IDEA OF DISGRACE.


alou,,tt C'qualt tio hi.r expenditure. This A s thi.ily drsse'tl in:ir w ;iaring a
'.lnid :l:to !.is tht- (tdistinctidlon of having, pTair of it, ,; tr ,-e''- w:is- arrestel .in I n TR.UMAN L. ELTON. ing discr..,r.i .t n hi rn:mj,'sty's uniform."


Interesting


Happenings of


the


World


Illustrated


(a ith


pen


and


pencil


THE PALACE SECTION INSIDE THE KREMLIN WALLS.


FUTURE RULER OF AUSTRIA AND
HiS MOTHER.
T' Little fI .. v i,. lin tl ,.' ut is
.s' a-tn o(f A ': I*i t< :. : r, i 1'. 1 ,

1 .is a ],il'\ i:i 11aitin:: ;t th.' > : ;.'t.


A WONDERFUL BAVARIAN STRONG MAN.


I VIEW OF THE ANCIENT CAPITAL OF MUSCOVY.


T. H:larslurgs wvre r.- atly shocked at
1 a the violation of royal marriage th-'.-.
l.i:t I I:," inlitde the I st of it aTin c. -
S. -'. : of -. f.niu k' ::'.i t ,-1.-c show the \val- v.t*.ll So~r tl I into i rin. s .i si', .l-
' \ :, f vi : .:. :;:i,. The ( t hit ily as po-stli, :ind they n ve\ r have hal
S' .. .' f : 1 > ;u ,.-,:: ,.'. of foitross. .ny cause tlo r,.ret it. The arch'ldu h-
. : TiI. '": -i Ui .: v\ .s hf ]T \ :t Ale ci hr 1. es. is extrenr.oly popular. espec.;:!Ill,
i. .--*' r i, .. t I ..: .'- ,.ainy I 's'i '.' ith the Hl unigarian portion of the
S,- ..-.i ,,- ; ; .tifuflly *' oraie' 1. monarchy. and her children. a charm-ng
S . k ; .,' ts. *.i, of theril a little princess andl two chubby baby
. .. thite itru ture ascends and prince s. are now the chief solace of the
S - :u:i aged emperor.


A FAMOUS RUSSIAN CHAPEL.


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1~


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C ".- *f , + .. ,-

a 1'. !. .' ^ ::.u: ^*':

MARINES ON BOARD A BATTLESHIP.


The cut reprCsetts e tone if the st:i rtlinrig ft,,ts iperf,, rmeo by ;-orni L..:tl. a
. 3avari;m w h i I 'uis bexn th!i 1: 1 Eur4i v.ti tis \:; ii ,iols *f stl,.4 :.411f ,.K- "-: -
wl ill s*o ( o ee to A tCI-i' .'. iti \\ il th sm te ttiftioti,. (, e of !Ji. ; lost 'a otiiun !-
iiag acts is ito runt ig.ti't ;'t thirty hl'orsIpow r moor r 1 car goi lV ;it full sfplt.-ed, The picture gives a vIew of the city of Mocow, b built on ,both side.i of the
I1 rin gilt:t it to a full stop by 'racing .fiitn-i lf ~g:inist it- ilneil.. A. aain. Le-t'l at- river Moskva, 400 miles southeast of St. t. l- :,.ri P'ar of th-. kr .mlin, the
ta' ~I-h s hilnis If Ivy a stout strap to a sixteen lhor-e'.- r car. :::I i the aniaiIe is acropoiis of old Rus.-a, a m, .i"- Ie s-een in t!;ei .-;ifround. In si-it.- of it.s struggle
iet -;ing t full peed, thirty-live iiiles n hol ur. h \\itii tth, :t-.t of a stout rope to avoid the approach' hi ,, i r i it ,:-. Me.-ow ha'ts :,.t .Ti ,,ly escaped
th- Strin,'ng rin pI't lIs the car in ith. ,o;ip; -it.- reactionn Lettl i unly live feet re',no ati-in. ii. ny unp to .t itno ,ro '.' r.. ;- e been irtr-il t ed- and ia number
and one inch in hIight and A\e'ighs about 110 Ipounds. I f modern bul.!i;- ;ive ,, -n .. I.

AN ENTERPRISING MANAGER. THE YOUNGEST SCULPTOR AND PAINTER IN THE WORLD. RUSSIA'S OLDEST INHABITANT.
Fr: nk L. ileliey. general nmanagtr of Th. ,-ut is from a recent photograph
the Interborough Rapid Transit corn .- ..': ...- ..:. ., .,;; i-, .. .f No r;:- k,,:'f ,'f Pe-rm. '-'.ia. who
pany. New York. fills as responsible a /-'. .' ..' s th.- : ,r .s e,- e r-t o' t. S ,hi '
Iositit n as ca-in be found anywhere illn ; te'y i..r l her or i n r h rd ..n-l
;he coun try. 1,. is the ex ,t. 'ive hea,: and r:. i .x"-il .t
,,f the grit -u .,y s:..',:;. an.! a.- | at ,i -i:'- : : :. : M aria .e o r len*
-uch he is dir-ctly ; insw -r:I'.l- for ''. art' of the simple life and ittrib-
r-ot ctitin of e t ht usel o j if ta t I da ix,
assengers" who make use of that cl- .




I I CZ


The picture shows the company of marines attached to the U'nite-' States
battles;,hip ] :,s. Marines are a relic' of the days when warships were manr, ei
*" s5'C :s .-s tielir ::.:tring complement. Nowadayvs. inst.ie i of forming Cie ve.nience. He was born in End'-nn1 in
'. r ; : ',f :. -shii ': i. s :;;.v. as they di.,! foIr'erl'y. the n:itr:nes art- u.-u ti;y 1 l an and used to work fir t0-- Erie x s-
. .: T ,' : ,"t -f it. ,': th p'.'seni tin ':- :.-- .U itei St..-es marine t.,orps ten at $2.40 a d;iy. In 1. -':* he was
S .s:s;a -t 1 .' ": :S '.'. st.. t '' b.ttItleships ;are a sitn i a '-'ain numle'er for ce-unty elevated r ad of Brooklyn. Mr.
:...: 1.:r .i. .t a!:;. t::. ;. vary:.g f:on liftveen f: f-' acco r'.ing to Iiedl,-y has sho.\'. : girat Cu;.ai'ity for
SLt e;z. of the vessel. the mastery of dvtaiL


'


:I 'I ; '1 ': : I .
S.. uts hor remarkable longevity and
frh The cut shows the studio of Thaddeus Stycka, a little Polish painter and nes a,,,l -' n(ntant exercise in the open
sculptor, some of whose work attracted much attention at the receTit world's air. O-- has worked In the fields ail
fair at St. Louis. Thaddeus is (,ony thirte- n years of age. iut art critic's h:''ve 'nr lo'ig !.- -and even now c. .-..t ,r.-
;,rotounced s.ome of his work equal to the 1. st efforts of modern artists. He is 'dur'- the e' *s.'* atmosphere of the lus-
'a vervy small 1ioy for hi.s years ard phy:-ically weak, but le works ste:vily at si;zn f!r'-'-r'. houw. She rne"-ive.' nu-
drawing. mo:elEtn an,! pai.ti"IZ and -las no taste fur outdoor arnuserr, 't.t. At rr.- rou I cents s from all .parzt of the
the age of -.'. v:i Thit.dddus was awarded a prize for drawin-gs which he exhib- emrpire. r'n her recent birthday the
* Itel at V'ars.,',. his native city. Nowadays the talented youngster occurit ,' a czari'i .t S- t h,-r a woolen muffler
hanitdsonre s'u .;a in Paris and is Iatronized and lionizc-l by fashionable folk which she had made with her own
unril be is almost distrar-tad. hands,


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING G, SEPTEMBER21, 1905


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THE STEGOMYIA
i *i .h <- o n .,' 't .iii .!' T h a T' "*. r a n s -
11: .' ]I ,! l iw -;" ., : -'. t
1n,.',I c';, aiitb',ir" ,'s s.a> ai:i !

doilr" 1f; lHa'ahia N\ ( rl'-an ,

NOW IS THE TIME.
to e'" t,;nsy a'lfl a 's: 1he al-
'ihcr:'iej: it, k :i i- ''*,* n -isqul- _
IOt<)< "' *' x'*oi.r l rem"nit-c? free
fr,," >it. i-;&i,.J': ".c wai'.r, w e dts
an^ n'hr !,!-,,^!ip an.1 hiding
plac-.' of '>h(" 1m )squi<,es.. arh'
oome '(} II,, "'STANDARO" for 4
Men and Boys' Clotliing.
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C. C. Gootfmln. Geo. Amaperger $
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TH E TEGO Y IA
is t ont hne te < v ran
ze. 1 11.w T.L 5 t s *
trol0.1 autor: as so :11
thw ..w h u n .- e er ;nser *
donkin e aa Ne orcan
az~d ansac ;a e
NOW S TH TIM. *

to e'1.st ndas 9 heau 0




THmE a hSTEGDARM VIA *


na~nd l'enn'Bo 'Clot. *



C. C. itodman. :teo. Amaperger -


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COTTRELL'S ht
Wll Be Re-opened About Oct. 1st


R. K. WHITE,
.' Wetomb~akr, Manm 'r4.q .m
-m Grs Opldt..
IC 8 Palafox tret PeasactsA. r


TEIRSELY TOLD.

There will be a regular general
','ting o< the ('Cncordia ('lub this
'e'ning a' 7.3, a the- c.ub rooms on
EKss; Intend 'n(ia .- reel


Twelve ridefenda'ts were
Recorder in tlhe n:ui'i iinal
te'.olav rnoirn;n for ",r:il'
riinU'b-'r fuir cs-es wr'r
two d'efen !ant5 d a har..,ed
anu!i ng to 517 :mposed.


before tl'
court y(-.-
<>f th:s
continue,'.
and hine-


TLt weconme news was receivy-rl
e'-'.rda: from Gulfpor' that 'h( c<.n-
d :)n at W\'lWhant Fax otl' :e wa's much
in.prcoved, and that :1. 'r< nh'td o te r.
rn *a'-Ines'.- rega l arn lticn Th;. \vil I
I,. g;ot )s ws to ;he ri.enalt of ils-
'otni.g man r i 'his ci'y. where't' -
1I . ,;'' .'. .r -.
T' h t'o.. f c'cn a' .'e sprnyine
r *; '- ir i ,..r "ix '- ,' f "he cia
w, .i,- d : i if on e we Trn
loatot 1551. -' x it t vta 'o'wa the
'" co ,', V; ...f u:! \' \W u'anlir:
,..*. Th In,,'n civ>,; ,t a large rr-
1 t'i;-'hie ,.!. \. ;i \ a'"l" w 1 a.y
It :,p ,, r. : t *,l" i :i e : 'i < city L' h t 1
-,t : t' -da3 .if;' ^ -'ln..
1 uscoo1K'sa c,,'"roMi de-lt in Mon'
p .r':. Adv, r:. ,- T;i, Tuscaloo,,a
lorlthsi far- bs s n',. in Town rhoe
p -,nae of Wianm Hl,,utr, 'ahe ,af t
t o'<" s c ;,}, to I 'n;\ S eam .
3 'r I',ir l o" n w 't honie
1i n P ,-.';<', a. F ;t n ; i<'r iiii o.
h' .W fio f, W .-.T.d v:;,; p:'obial'":y
tn hce ne n s i> Bluh Ribhon ler<'n an: Vanil'a Ex-
tr;.ees are abs,>'ilTt-\ i are and of erea"
t-',,ng:h YIur money back if *h<>>
1. :li to ph:',sr.


LAUNDRY NOTICE.
Ownr ', 'he s,'arc' t eo'lo:ions
an *h. :: ... c f Mr Walker Ing-
r:i'an. fr.i-" :"e ci'y. i is npce.-ary ',
Iia "' buS-inhes- on a cash basic.
M.n,';'i'v m'r>;ii r, a:, hpr'by not-.
f".. : ;a" ::. 'n. mn .1 e'* at homr,
l pa' "'-- i;:n or p e' a.ge wMi
SL, :*c ,. *r r~n -y .tiie
STAR .\L 'NlIRY.
S.-;1w w B !i .1 Mackey
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ai v ..o 7, So;he'rniu Ho'e' f r
ro "i- a. .1

SEVERAL DEFENDANTS
MAKE PLEAS OF GUILTY

F, vr d, nr. ::" t lude,
P "- :- T C r n i: ;a ,' '." \ 1" ,',. ,'
*; ,,, 1 I ir p ', t; "r ;* ", --". . '"
1 h. ,'ih I k : ."
: :: r 1" i' '; *",, : ';! ,*. v $ -,,'. <>-
(*( -- ** M o K -:7', \ .. :- -'i $7,5. a" 1

M' "t .. ; : .'" (... ,' -: T :, --7
r. *:. i T :4"
Idc p -, ;


YOUR HAT.


May Be a Stylsh One. But it Makes
Trouble.

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i. ::" l"e, i'r ;r .: : para. -
j Fe. T .- :. ". I. .. "T o n " ..
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a f I r! ir.if
I.- a Sli't ". "" .' *'* -' Ct\)unt~' :*-

Tht'r '.* x ; x'cr,- '11'n
,he ; -ro- .- f I
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SUBSCRIPTIONS C r i n



ITO TH FUND bear your SFU- EIN.-, if
I U I 11 L IoaI U y prefer, but yon wi11 Ilntf life


Subscriptions to tho general relief
I;tnd of the chi y cont inue to bo Ie-
e:. d. each day. a nunt er of contr.-
U'i:ons coming from Pensacolians
v. h, ar<- absent from the city. but who
;\, iearned of tne fact that a furl1
is ineded here with which to fight
('u mosquito and waRe a successful
"f: against the yellow fever.
The fund now lacks .)nly a few buti-
ldr. -] dol ars 'jf reaching the dei:rc I
$7.',,0 and it is ex'ecetd that thLis


' il. be raised within a few days. !
The Donations.


First .'a .onal Bank.........
W S Kcser Co.............
American National Bank.....
Consolidated Grocery Co.....
Fr J. Schreye- ............
"I'noh C. V a'son .......... ....
Escambia teaP'y Co.........
lIe Daniel ................
W A. Biount ..............
Hannah Bros. .............
Peopes Bank . . . . . . . .
Pensacoia Water Company...
les.ie F Brooks.............
J. M. Coe...................
Pensacola Investment Co....
M. F. Gonzalez...............
Southern States Lumber Co...
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.
Gurman-American Lum ber Co.
Saundera Mill Co...........
J. R. Saunders...............
Pensacola, St Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co.........
D. Kugleman ...............
J. Geo. W hite................
S. P Shotter Co.............
JIos Coleman..............
A. F. W arren...............
M. L. Roch ....................
Jno B. Jones ........ ......
T H Lannon & Co...........
Wmin. Johnson & Son.........
Clutter Music House.........
Meyer Shoe Store............
Standard Clothing Co........
Iuiivile Timber and Land Co.
Maxwell & Reeves...........
S. Pasco. .Ir..................
P. Cam pie ; .. ...............
H. H. Boyer.................
Kress '& C..................
P. Hale W ilson..............
A. M Avery. ................
(,rGion & Brown..............
Tih s Pebley.. .............
Forbes Furniture Co..........
N. G Fur-heimer.............
H G( DeSilva & Co............
W A IT'Alemberte............
.las M cH eih .. ..............
S,. Cahn: & C( ...............
I Ge rt i-som . ....... ...... .
.1 Kr.v er .................
Si' n ' & \Watson ............
.1 ( \ n l', ; .. .l.. ......... ..
Th Pensa'. >a Journal........
Nava; St ,Tr- Export Co......
W B W eightt Co............
N Apostle ... . ..........
MDavid-Hy.r Co.. ..........
1 G Bush ,i ;. .............
A. A. Fishcr.................
H Baars & Co................
Pensacola Lun.her Co........
F C Brent.................
John Shepard ...............
A Dilustro ..................
Alex Zelius ..................
D lP v . .....................
E .1. Dunham ..............
G(ulf Machine Co..............
() H. Smith & Son............
Bar Pilots...... ............
W B. Lamar................
Scarritt Moreno ..............
W. S Rosasco ...............
Marine Grocery Co............
H Muiier...... .............
F. O Howe & Co............
J C Porter.................
J A. Chaffin ..................
I. H. Thornton...............
J. B R otb r: -...................
J P W.il'ams CO............
T A J.lenn ngs. ................
;,..- W W right.............
i'ash . . ............... .
Quitna & G -"man ............
Frank R.,::v ................
S A Fr'- in:an...............
1) Dainnhe --'er ..............


H 0 Anson..................
Ma;in-hot & Q tina ............
W J & B Forbes............
N (r,>ido lrn ..................
I'a i.h . . . .. .. . .. .. .. ..
WV H Whire & Co ..........
Warren Ftsh Co..............
l'>.n-a loia S:ab;es ........ ..
C lh:esen ..................
Sor:'hern BelU Te'ephone Co..
.1 S M eGatu-bhe, ............
\rmo'ur Pactlang Co..........
I lf'uu 5s 'r. ..os ..............
S:ar Laundry .. .............
1. 5 Brwtn, & Co ...........
.l ksi- H B .::nger............
M *ks & <;a h.v .............
S x 'f (- ,. .. .. ............
M1r Faan:, Henderson ......
M.-KenT.7;, Oting & Co.......
l).inw ,i'. k, n C(o ............
.1 ,. R o T' . ............. .
':i7< ', N s-'.na1 Banb ......
.L A N H R Co .... .......
F W M s:-. .............. .
H 31 C ar .......... ..... .
.1 d :r'i n ...............
Colored List.
B': Zion Siunda' scnitl ....
I. 5L I'wey. 5 Sen'inel) ....
. .a. H .'n:n -. .. .......... ..
W H Htar ,y ..............
.0-s s L1. m an ............. ..
Ki-'hard Mornrs ..............
t'ash ................... .. ..
I. F Anid 'rs.n ..............
MV.arion B:ue .................
l'res'on Gordon ..............
Aaron J.>hns :i ...............
S Pa'u: c .,:rch ............. .
Wi:,sh:ngton Clark ............
W hitfield I, ui, ...........


.$500 0
. 200.0
. 2000
. 250.0
. 50.'0
. 100.0
. 500'
- 25.0'
.100 0I
. 10.0'
. 1.00.

. 100.04

.250
. 100.0'
10.,]i
100.01
25.0'
100.0
100 01


. 50 (
50.0!
.25 0<


pleasanter, if you will cure the
pains with that great, modern
pain remedy, H A L I N8
WIZARD OIL


ASSOCiATION



ASSISTING


IS


CONTINUE


And Now Only a Few Hundred

Dollars are Necessary to Make

Up the Desired $5,000.


. 10.00 -- I, Hilton Green.............. 100.00
5.00 R. M. Bushnell ............... l.u '
. 250.00 |RALA W 'alker Ingraham ............ 10.",
200 I rLO ALA I T F. McGourin .............. ..l.,
S 25.00 B B R. M Cary .................. ,
5.00 .- .Cash ........................ 1.0o,
1500
S1500 Special to The Journal. THREE JURORS CURED
* 25 0,) Florala, Ala.. Sept. 20.-W. H. Brit-
* 10.00 ton, who has been absent from the city Of Cholera Morbus with One Small
.00 for several weeks is expected home Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
10.V') this week. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
5. 00 Dr. G. F. Petrev has returned from edy.
20 00 Cuthbert. Ga.. whre he spent several F r
5U00 days visiting a 'friend. Mr. G. W. Fowler, of Higtower.
5.0 Mr. and Mrs. .. N. McLean and Mr. Ala.. relates an experience he had
25 0 Clauas Mcelan will return to the city while serving on a petit jury in a
0 next week from a months stay in murder case at dwardsvill. county.
S25.00 the mountains of North Carolina. seat of Clebourne county. Ala bama.
1 25.00 SeymR ur HFal and Fred Miller have He sayst "While there mI ate omn
1 15. 0 returned to Auburn, where they are fresh meat and some sorbue meat end

4 uMent of that cplege. n f eda ever form. I was never more ,'!ck
10., T J Brerton has re.urneed from a twv in my life and sent to the drug stre .
2 m, n n the's tour of the north and et for a certain cholera mixture, but the
25 n.A. F'reneh is spendig two weeks druggist sent me a bottle o t'hamber-
23" at Manharttan Bach and New York lain'r Colic. C~lera and 4it-arhoea
25.:0 Ma' n tnBea .r Remedy instead, saying that he haI
15C lhm. J. D. Bailo. of Ozark. and Win. what I sent for, but that this medicine
1700 C More. of this place, have formed a was so much better he would rather
10. 4se
10.0 partnership for Ce praict t of law, send it to me in the fix I was in. I
5 .ith offices in the George building. took one dose of it and was cureI in
25.,) ithoffc-,s i th Gergebuidin, ve minutes. The second doss' eui'-
Miss Hart has gane to LaG: ape. e
500. Ga.. where she will enter rha college me entirely. Two follow julrn ,
25.00 for young women for a four year's i oere aflictld In thle sami, Ilte P!r.t
c~ourse. and one small bottle eci:'eo tao, tt~r,,e
25.00 Miss Charlotte MRa has reur- of us." For sale by all druggists.
20.00 d to MeRa1. Ga., to take her second Stegomyl a Club Organized.





50.0 Stegmyi ClubOrgaized
50.00 year course in colleg'. A number of young men of the ci,,'
100.00)" .1. T. Penton. of Opp, is spending h-cognzda cl" t- h now.
100.00 week here lo king after his bnusin,,s have organized a clubl to be known ::s
25 00 w interests l a the Stegomyla Club. alnd a reposee to
5 00 Tint anst s, la lev to- enjoy lhemselves fo-,r "i-, h :c i'..t
( Tit and ClaruddeCilliams ea' 'tionths by giving a sort s of dan' e s
1(0 my,.. for Woff.,etd College at Spat-tan- the first of which \v'iii ,.teatr dur:.ntt
10.00 'urg. N. C.ei r o Bwm o ur
5.00 Thb Lnckala Club will entertain at this week.
25.00 a dance on tomorrow evening. ThuF upr G n.
1.doo ance will be given at the Lake Gumbo Supper Ga iven. o
1000 pavilion and will b? attended by quit A gumbo supper r was given to a
n. num(>r. crowd of the railroad boys left it:
*100 dQ Tah n ulm ofteonf sor iPensacola at the Lewis House la-l
5 00ake The council of thge town of Floralad night by the proprietress, Mrs. Cost 1-
l.00 has taken in oae the cantr anl ho. Those that were lucky enough to
50.01 br man en. Al the local school a s une e present were Conlduictor L. E. B
5. tHere aforea the local school was under, McVoy, who after devouring some two
50)the management, of school trust 'es. or three y' r~- large plte of gutb
S25..) but the last legislature maed provit presided over the gumti bowl. Ches
,.10 0) scon for schools in cities or towns to tsdr Hanco(k. who was first to arri,
"5.00 h, managed by the legislative bodY rana o pho was n, Charr.,.,
10.- cn be iownsa we wil has de and last to depart. oJoe lanm, Char..
10.00 p ohe apornpr conf hae e apon McClure. Thos. Bowman Bob B ,lI
IO propr approriarion for the expOnse, W. F. Berry, R. J. Rbinson. A. R.
100., o. maintaining the schools, and here-I "ason, W. L. Whirley. Buck C'onno.s
50n after we aret assured of excellent edl i Will Costello. Ra-mnl Grnzal x
Scational facilities. Claude nalson. Robert Ridgel. A
10.00 In fact the public-spirted ci:izens of in Williams. ChaM. C '- E ai -







5.* prhed fonrom brooming Thre wide' a nd AilYims AT a WHITEiS RSaUR ANT.
2 a.00 the town are becoming more wide but not least, was Francis CostIT o.
t10o awake than ever before. There seenmschief steward. The crabs were cauti,
5 bh o reni t r s "d n a ntnection with iy Messrs. Hancock. Berry and and ,
500' public impe'ovemenrs tuan ei'.*, be-i "10
S10" fore.
100 The electric light question has been
S setc-tlea'. Mr. McClung. who owns the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
15(.00,Naue
5, e plant has taken the matter in' Nature.
h band and is progressing in a satisfac- Medicines that aid nature ar' ni
1 ') story manner. All the machinery has ways most effectual. ('ha,'mt:rlain-
10400 ': ,en ordered, and the poles have boen Cough Remedy acts on this l)lan I:
10..0,) cintracr for. As soon as the plant allays the cotugh, remlicxs the iuntr
105.0,)can be installed we will have- electric aids expectoration, op,,s the se~r,
53 ights, in abundance. 0 tl~ts' and aids nature in re-toring rho
25 0', 'PThe Aabamzt quarantine against thc-. system to a heahthiy condition. SoW"
2 ate of Florida has been keenly felt by all druggies.
20.to h-re in business circles. Manyv Flort-
150) dians citizens of Walton county, are FRESH CREAM LOAF BREAD:
150, prevented from ent -ring the city. and DAILY AT WHITE'S RESTAURANT.
a- a result the business from that ..- OYSTER LOAVES A SPECIALTY.
f n has ben utr off. We are main- ...
taining a rigid quarantine, and feei .....--,--.......---........


i o o
5 .0.1
100 ,0t
15 00
10 O(l
10 ul


HOSTETTER'S

Stomach Bitters


is used exclusively by

hundreds of women and
girls. It cures ailments

peculiar to them. All

sickly women should try

a bottle. It never fails.


suire t Ilat our town w l ,l .n'ot lu er if, r ;i
i.nfecton We hope that the yei:,.-.
f1 ver peril will soon lie stanipe,., ,iii'
so that business ivil' assume its. no.'-
i.al p;i'.Oportiin-.
Fivr. now brick bu'l ,inis are nearing
cmniple:,mn. and wl-l b. occupied in.
n;ediat ly by busi.rn .~- hheuses. Thur.
i- not a sing:' businc-. ho'l.2 in T:I
city that is vacant. ani yest r.ay on:.
one residence was vacant. The la":
was ren',d today. Houses are not ',-
ing built fast enotuth to meant the de'-
mand. but it is hoped that during :h.,
winter a large number of dwellim-
will be erected so that the demand w:.i
be met in the spring.
The outlook here is brighter than
ever before. The increase in business.
the steady growth of the town in every
quarter, and many oth'ler new advan
stages, make the citizens of Florala
proud of the town. New industri-s


Sand enterprises are always welcomed


anderine


Grew This Hair


AND WE CAN


PROVE


IT.


Little Frances Marie Knowlton I? tv-, da'igth-
ter of Dr. F. W. Knowlton, the d..-.-.*-pr'r of
this traat Ihair-trowing r mredy,. arn her b'.iuti-
ful l]:;ne w.a growu wholW y y tyhe uie of this
great tunic.
This l:ttlo girl had no more bair than the
average el.id before u;ug I Danb.rtric. wnr.>
now fho lias the longest and noat beairuil
head of eohien hair eler possessed by a chiid
of her ago in the world.
)a3oderine makes tth ssalp healthy and fortill
and keeps It so. It is thie greatest s a.p f.rtiil-
zer and thi*refore the greatest ba:r i r.>euin
remedy rver dlkoovered. It is a nrtiural fcod
and a wholesomeo nme. and s,'slp. Even a 2xw. bottle (f It will |ut
more d lie ni ia your hair than gallon f
any other liair toaic ever made.


Society of United Charities is Now
All pain Is caused by some Relieving Many Worthy
form of inflammatory action.
Hamlisn Wizard Oil drives out Persons.
the Inflammation and thereby Although it has been in exister.
releTesa nd cures the pal. our ears and during h i,
reliees ad cues th pal I tany worthy persons have het'n re.l:,.
-ed, the Society of lnIted ('hari'i
There Is BO other relief and has never before in its histry assis,-
0ed the poor and needy of :he city as
cre known to medical science i is now doing In fact, butr for tin
for the pains Of rheumatism, existenee of this society in P,'snacoun
tefor the painsre would be more than one fanti;l
neuralgia, idigestion, earache, suffer for Le want of food.
During the past few days Secretar-
headache, toothache, and for D'Alemberte and officers of th s.,. ieti
have received many cal!- for assis'
injrieussuch abrnises, sprains, ance. These calls conme' fio,:n p,.rso'n
4 v ho are loath to ask for c(ha:irv buai
CUtM and bunrS, etc., so Certa5 ruder the- present conditions an- f.r, '
and safe in rents as Hamliar t, do so. Many have been eft penal
lhss on account of persons eaviinirh-
Wizard Oil Price 60cents ad tty, thus throwing them out of ,i-
ployment. Many women, who have
$1.00. Fully guwalateed. littl children, have been ass',,,. Of
course, the general puiibic is !no; co(
For sale andrveommended by r.izant of the charitable work being
WHITE'S PHARMACY t done by this society and its Peneol t many pitiful scenes have been
Penesoola, Pla. counteredd where widows with se-
Phone 180, Night Phone 446.' none^weewdw ih.
Phone 1 Night Phone 44. ral children have been found wit nout
Sfood and with house rren d:e.
ili in Brine"he society is receiving much en-
til in B I"r" ^couragem.-nt, as the donations have.
GEORGE A. PETTERSON, leen fairly liberal but all should re
is now located at rrpmber that the entire charity work
Cor. Government and Barcelona Ste.. of the city is now being looked Il aft [
and is better prepared than ever b the society and this requires col.-
to repair safes, typewriters, siderable money. |
guns, pistols. locks, light ma- D etra.
chinery and bicycles. Donations Yesterday.
PHONE 203. The donations received yesterday .
,,ere as follows:


The Ma-e.
The mace was originally a potent
weapon of offense, originating doubt-
less In that earliest and most common
weapon, the wooden club. It was an
essential part of a knight's accouter-
nmenat, being useful at close quarters.
For ready convenience it was hung at
his saddlebow. Says an anelent poem:
And with his heavy mn.,e of stele
Then he gave the king his d le.
The besague and baston were varied
forms of the mace. The mraie used on
horseback was a small weapon, usual-
ly of steel. That used on foot was
much longer and commonly of wood,
with head armed with iron rings and
spikes. It was carried ity the escort
of magistrates and other- as a ready
protection against violence. As socie-
ty quieted down and Its original use
fell into alieyance the thing assunmedl
the ornamental appearance it now has,
It now being carried in a mere honor-
ary form.-Notes and Queries.


Some Words.
"Spider" is a less attractive word
than "spinner," but it is really the
same. "Spitier." the earlier form of
the word, stood for "splnthier," mean-
i:ng spinner-the disappearance of the
"n" before tin' "th" hoeing compensateel
for by the lengthening of the vowel,.
just as "tooth" really represents
"ton;thi." There was once In use another
word for the creature, that was ugly
nliough in meaning-"nttercop," which
nppenrs in Wyclif's Bible. It sigal-
fies "poison 1bunch" nnd Is still fsed In
the north of England and in Antrim.
Ireland, as an uncomplimentary term
for a shrewish person. From "atter-
cop" or from a similar rse of "cop" or
"cob." a hunti. to mean a spider.
comes "cobweb."

A Green Old Age.
"A green old age" Is a phrase often
grossly abused. It Is a literal transla-
tion of Virgil's description of Charon,
the ferryn:;an of the another regions.
The poet sIe-iks of him as ".Tam senior.
sed crda dleo viridisque senectus"
(somewhat aged, but hIls go i-hip's old
age was still froe.h and gr,'!ii TI'h-
we ni!'ht say of a hale se,'t'enariian,
but to talk. as we do. of thlie rreen o.il
age of a nountgenariatn, h:o. '-,vex r l'ole,.
is sheer nonsense.


The Art of DoinK Nothing.
There is a side of life fr wh'ch no
prepiarttion at all i. t;,,bi. No life is
or can be one of i; :remitting work.
Sooner or later every one has a dlay off
and in nine -ases out of ten has never
been taught how to use it. In the
schools of our T'topia there will be
professors ',f the great art of doing
nothln. of "sitting on a gate."-Lon-
don Saturday Review.

A Pleasant Freak.
"I just peeped into the parlor as I
passed." said Mr. Piirnlehy. "and I saw
quite a freak of nature."
"Why, Bertha is tl.er,, with her young
Inan.
"Yes. I saw two heads on one pair
of shoulders.'"


Clever Repartee.
An officer of the I'n!tol States army
tells ,if a ytoung wo'ma;n in a crowded
street 'Iar whio w-hin a youn, mnan
stood up to ;!ve her a se:It e.x lainod.i.
"You're a j-wel." "On tie *mftr.Iry."
the young man replied: "I am a jewel-
er. I set the jewel."

The Marrlare Pe..
"A marrim:e fee." says the cynical
bachelor, "dermonstrates that even thi
clerg-man may profit by the mistakes
of others."-Philadelphia Record.


In Your Home
Sloan's Lr.ini:nent is the best antiseo-
tic rto -: k-.p h a.n ':. Kills ellow fever


and n;ari;.a germs.


A Greater SeowmdwIl.
A famous master of Trinity college, lI FxT U N DAY
Cambridge, had been a friend In earlier
days of one Jemmy Gordon, a solicitor.
But Jemmy went to the bail, was
struck off the rolls and lived from -
what he wouldd get from old acquaint-
ances. One day he met the master andt
asked for a shilling.
"Gordon," thundered the master, "if
you could show me a greater scoundrel
than yourself I would givhyou half a
crown.' And he stalked stttily away
to his rooms. In half an hour's time
the butler itnnoun,'ed that Mr. Porm-
pous, the esquire beadle, wished to see
the master. Now, the master had a
special detestation of the beadle, who,
when admitted and curtly asked what
he wanted, replied:
"Mr. Gordon informed me that you SHERLOCK HOLMES,
desired to so, me."
Said th, master, "Gordon has made Th Greatest DetecUve of Fiction.
an ass of you!" -
In ten minutes more the butler came P yI le
again, grinning, and said: D8e COla Dye1n1, lean-
"Mr. Jemmy Gordon has called and
says you owe him halt a crow, 8si.r n ~n~dC
NewcastleChronicle. ing and Pressin Club

A Loat Custom is the place to .,end your clothe t'o b)e
Among the lost customs of merryv :)y'"d. Chl an.l Pr'-,,l or Reps:re.
England is that of the milkmaids' pro- 1 ne ar tnow ii a i '.' to hand I4
cession. It was a May day observ- vur 'rk ore fflc ntty 'han ev,.:
ance. The manner of their going was RE ES
as follows: They borrowed a great E. L. R S
quantity of silver plate-not sham Phone 675. Proprietor.
plate, real gold'plate-dlshes, butter
boats, cream Jugs. taukards, etc. They No. 11 North Palafox Street.
built up the plate round an obelisk ---,-.._
crowniTang the whole with a tea urn. NIVERSITY OF THE
They arranged the most showy flowers UNIVERSITY OF THE


of the season between and about their ' g* ur r.uFt L ,
silver. Embracing the following subject:
This obelisk wa. carried by twoi Language and literature-- fou-.
chairmen in gold laced bats and ftl- 'ear course leading to fte degree ut
Slowed by a troop of handsome milk- bachelor of Art-s, Greek is not re.
i maids dressed in pink and bkse gowns, quired, but is oftret a. an elective,
"drawn through the pocket holes." throughout the course.
whatever that means, with high heehed II. G(;eneral Sc.e'e--Dlvlded lnt.)
shoes, iol) caps, lappets of lace on thirea courses. 1. th.,mical course;
thbir slhouhlders, nosegays In their hbw. Mathematical cr.,e; NAturae Hltory
oms arnd flat "W,>frington bats" c ,- cour P. No Grtek and only entrance
ered with ribhoni,. A fiddler went Latin is requir'l in th(.o courae. All
first in a sky hhln coat and bat adornd4 fr-ar coures-Four-year and tw
wih rio-. The rocesion stopl .Agricu r--Four-Year and two.
hro P ear courseM.
before il,. door< of the customers and IV. Fn-in-.;r:ng-Poir-year course
the uiilkrnaids dinced.-London Queen. in MFhani al. Civil : nd Elowtrical
f.it'neerini,. aIl.o) a two-year- ,ouriso
"Eiertrafled." ;:, Me:iran- No Latin or *;'-.k ,.s
The starting.: physiological effects of ',-quired in III r' I'V. Thr full cour.A
electrir'iiy u, oin thie human Iysten. ful- undl-r !I.. III .in.l I i .d :o '.o *l'-
ly warrant the use of the word as a -'he" of a'ch' (of S-: ** the. sh r.
superlative termn to orxpress enthusmi- cour'".-. t', (a! .. fira", of 'Pro,,* i:n y.
tic ',nditi ,nis. This expresalon mast P arn tv -A f.. -.o: r co"
have. cme into use at an early day, 'V- -" b [ia *n r or
soon after Franklin anrde the static : hr' : ,,p ,' .-TJrs, ,.a,!lpn to
electrical machine a matter of general -thi'at<. \ 'i; -'.ar ,. .. '.. il-
knowle,)(e, for Thomas Jefferson la ii () an I, l D i' .\ :'r,; ,; *.r
his autob!ography stated, "Paine' ,I r r !cad:' ,> a une ,I,-m:e of Bache.
'Common Sense electrified in." Thorn- ;,i ,f P. ,ai as I'alnes book was ofsued Jan. 1. l An amr e, ':' of crnp '.nt reach.
1776. and as .Jefferson'q autobiography er? A hit> (, i'r. :i ..;--E. was founded on his diary It is probable ireliding b ard. SI'20 ,5 p. r y' r.
that the sentence was written by Jet- l .r:- ,,;, n, r 19Q5
person at the same time.-Electrical Re- S, n f',r 4a'a:',u, ,
New. Lak P C 'A LF. !) , F; :t.
ie .I e C.!.. < r :a


THE STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN.
'Florida Female College.'
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
T:'e !tc r cot'llE : in ',** Sote h fr : ,ung a. i:.:- '", r- > :1 ;,d.antaRes
.i music and a t uniler teachers who. ;a,. srniip i1 .\': ":, ..:. E :r ,;4.
Scw iL,'. ',. ki;i ;.:: i ind'iustrial arns :au::r t yo)un w* ::..;. l':iy .,1 .<.t ,.- in
a y-nyir -il; i ,1 ii,.:,. with appara":-. -.' imn n.z ;,,,.. Pre .., .-, I ,nler
:.ic ,l;rec(:ion of ar -x e. ricnCtd lady r-. lh-r. Tr :- 'T,' y .* ; .,'.rra, SrhKx
f," V ,Wom en a'ip,'or:.- by tti, S';..re n f o i-',r;.'!., *jff,.r-r i, Iern :". ,,:):,, ,,n ..--.. ar
e'irse-, kindergarten train:-g, an ii;,,ur' .- "' :. : ,"r- the
I,,ro.1- I'y leading to e .,'rcv of B. A.. II .M.. trA i i M 1 ,' r. ; ': : ,- 'd
,;.nin.i! Fr ca.,' to1. .::.! :. . ..::." '- -. r.* A. A. MURPHREE,
President.
... . . ..--I
NPMOE M 1L.
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY,


i E. W. LAWRENCE. Prorri.tw.


NI. g West Rmaaoa St., Penssacofa. rFI.


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and *1.00 per bottle.
J^^"!".~~- ''SDH^^ ^HE F F o show bow qucky Danderine acts, w, will
t a I I' send a large sample free by return mail to any one
g .. ,, --__ who sends this advertisement to the Nnowiton Danderin
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WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. A fri-t ;.:rani for the i suance of
:'.- "--}- .'ai b c't r:fit~ un s is to l'- &s3ia li:-'^ .-
The Pi n aciola .Journal is (ion in 1! un rn ..'.', :. .>ar-.::. Thb
saW< a: the fuliowing places in I'c:y av Ti ;'ra ratii- w.li c.o-oper.-
the city i 'n th< nlt: ;,i and 'his a disa re'eabi
ti- Bay Hotel. oif Coe's Book Store. *" ; elimin'.d.
Depot News Stand. The in :'ti: i o,ne of ciensiderabic
Gem Book Store. im;por-:an', H :l'h *,-r i.-ates wil'
S Merchants Hotel. b ,ie'd,-i 'wo. p)>.-.:bl., "hr e. month
Southern Hotel. 1,nzr. f .i it' <.s, t!l!l-~]l:,, itf a fro
Thompson's Bock Sto-e. :;r(3;ni x1 : ', ; ;in' l on'."
W ag&nd Ice Cream Parlor. ; in- -. 1 *: y "';, ', .~-;'..-s1 it-
.e' Wagenheim's News Stand. ;,I .-:' i 'ict. It \il pro\x
' W aiker's Book Store. a rl-;t ini r.: ;, way'. 1i \xil: itak
Sa ay a a u,:i! h:ar: : ;:h. <.ird.ns in:-
:.' !y a .<.-!;n: fn v. r. It will re
Io c; icon 'n:
GOING AWAY? Th thank of the e,*ire istrict arc,
When you leave the citr for your' !';" Mav.ir War I anI ] ;li, aunl, oad 1,:
summer vacation have The Pensacola, -tl i ]a *l at '1*a':,,;. ai-i.ni
JourneV follow you. Notify circula-,'Ill '\pX' :t'i,.' of :. last few w, k-
tior, manager, Phone 38. la- i aiosar: t!,.- va:no of tbo'n.
Sl!;s.'i. e. it '"t o f.- liir.-a i" a *h' .
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The Mayor's Bullctin ,- ,,:n":ail' I :, -:ion w,-ih
a.sGla: of F r I ':ta (,,rtip::r':tes in tI h:
Is a Good Feature. c;-y will spi 1 Ia.ptar.


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v-'h ,,' o'li- n;-",r pf raining to th.-
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tiIl! -; 1' s.t; ,i s a (F< -.lis:; oftf Ma ;
1 s.s I r posting th I W.itliins.
Thet .Iur.a:'. .m - ti sivay tha- ;h
p;i;t ir n ,t e,,l. i i- ., c.r'': -stn o0: the
ii::i' -: f ` r ti.- bt;A ': n f. :c ur,-. t, u lha'.
; .i th:i a:. i :h. mayor is to b1'
nu.,"i,,',: ,-r his en: erpris.ng :
S.: to i,., p 'le p;,: '.,1 informed a'
S in,' a'- ** !i, 5rue si'ut;ionl. HIeI


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:-' ;^ f'a- a- hi- atit-. boss. Mr
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N .W iTa' .. In I Roc--kef.l, r ba-
I-redtc'ed a panic in the busi:n s-
vxorld in 1:wo7 it may be as w el foi
' .'-in s nen to keep one eye skinn,-J
John can verify his prediction if h,
: so inclined.

An i :. xw x- :. Mar:ne IT, r ''.r: Fe--
v (, ha- a ta;s- of ffraf:. VW w,-r
i, = i n':n.ng ', fear 'hat tli. is ; ar: n.' li
h;.'l been o i r, Tl. oe by t',' rafter.

The ann:ia: crop of broken 1-':gs
. eI' :, s and crack ko sk::ills :
. F;t' ready for the harve-t on the(
f-otba:: field.


i i k m. ' 1 t i s: i ,111 at i A l. ,n 1 n -1 .
n ;.Sdne i tIlt' .Iani tihe public is grate straw ha; refuse's to b- downed iu
)ni f)r is nc-k o : woui-.
T'h'evr h.o;Tld bie T,. n isunderstand -,
La: and ni, f: '':, ',-"we n the ci; Reports in.dcate that Jack Frost
:, a,- h offle.:i s and t i s; a h, a";:l has star:''.1 1 ut on his annual tour ol
officials. a -: inlk :!.r. :.- amn Mayor Bliss an'i
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August
August
August
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17 4,800
13 4,800
19 4,800
20 5.250
21 ....
22, 4.800
23 4,800
24 4.650
25 4,800
26 4.800
27 5.200
28 ....
29 4.800
30 4.800
31 5.000
. .127.335


Average per day.. ...... 4,716
I *-reby c-rtlfy that '"h? abore state-
nicnt is corrnt according to the rec-
o:rs on fine in th': offle.
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r9 0 ', 14:l n ,- iJsppon.. in.~-I'inth,, -" ... u ' 5.i. If no-quitioes aO loit vit',in (he nettia i n u l e killed in.
* I. '-, ' over P ''" TI;.',il:' .- nin- A e i, . 'ln"-' : o er, As a cre t nm any o r OUr :r1,..; ; I,' t ini, e i t ,' .'A t ;i. a !n his :'rrhial :i1. ," s,,uld 1 e ,,'i ii a '.tar. ". .. s ,4 p-ir-
- : i"; r . r, oo m "r le-^ :ilne duii i ti p. y e : *; dei ..i :i t, ;; r.iwii, in ing w ith m i;.l lex ers. *, t m nl'.kilts an I
S... i i Io li s huIingk, hit will (l. 0 :it, sh dl be by th.- e < dr .n in ;,,calitivb liable to :n 'fc'in- with :..-i.. . .t ,. vttdi-'.-.is n1,;'-
.' 0" n rI' ", ",': it int', le l(' of il;':rest to t(lent to kni w to ': cui (t I -'a r 1 ' i -elf in sucth a mn l- form innl. ,I h1 Ir ",. h t it :
.' I on i n, t. '.r: -, C,, wc rth i 'at. i ret rtt gamins law of the -Ie, fine, and frfei u :ire i'.;id. Ant p IF. : ,: ely 0to e iapie recogn lition. (On iai oti. of '.i,. ryv l i 'n n 4 of 'he s'. i -
I *;, 1 t; / '::'',', t.,,' t ,i '.t w 1h a j'a:tl Io'i'ii s, therefore lor the b1e1- s-n violv 'tiIt. oi' :r. 'i>i ..'ls 'of *- ,, . nit -io "s are a"'
n'.. '- ta d p i rti i't p-'o as v. I a o ;,hers ". ction : !b l; l precaiia'onsd m uiry tr ; t a e c iti i a ti r -. .n l casar, i eT.::las -ire,' t
aa,'., ,s0tI nth rr.. a- 4,. x.i eati,,'. a firhalll10,,lds:'t g il tyV of a sp!'c 'l h I' dis( ase AvhIhonIt )( lo, soa'i T:. TI.,, r;i! .ir i u r,"case A re,
n* ilila p nan's f l ulw : I 'enda)s in full tI 'i( nt.ir:or aid ut):i convi ' to (his reason, the inmost dant- s. fri f a -:: ' I' view.
:' m:'n- i a- as follows of ;,ll ,e p 'ini- i l by a lin it, (B) Screens.
ia'r.- : u s ::, it <.. '. 1t' .. ', I. Tha: see'i,,ns 3 and ,. :) ; ; ,,-r th1n $1 ,. ,- ,'i in pir .-l A .: (O ,n inigs li,.aiin, to the sick chatbi,'- o- il' I ',', s,-tr'e,i l. OQ ta' ;-
r' 2 1:' C"i:' sIs,'i ', ', : .7,2,a. aw s of I r ,iipr.,-- in the co nty j;il nu xc edin :i o lo- tals, wile screen are -i .sui;!:v : .. .!i w ;.r .l -.- na! scre.r,4
,v H irv 1 '. .: .* m )10 ) t! I A n ; f 'r., :: [ prov..% na l,1 nw illade of "ti. -or I o',' -' i)'. h : 1 .. . ..: .... . I ,>r : ; ., ,v:d.
q '/ti!thl ,'e ,", h .. ',, ,, ', "r h]ri!' ..vat ion of v, i.i d (h r, binrd. 1 .:1 a .-'.. ,: n,; ;:, : o co>n i s'c'v,: 1 to Lit op.l) ing"- 1 :h-. sick loom .
l .- s, I t, m i ni : wh.r .ht i'. i 10:' ,r': h 1 ; i:", p .. Ito:l ., '", (C) S1 !phur anj : Pyrethrum far Fumigation.
'"i w "" '^ h ]""; 'i'.un*Ai J o 5' ic te the 'ro m w.ii l s ii 1:)h r orr pyri*r u i tir s .,o piw l,.r) tn de ftro,
Sl ' f p,.s-ib in iec; sl i q; :. a:r;y as pa. ..-..:, '.- f..'o r'l, day of f-ver.
;111 a n :n n n -:n $11 '! nd 'i-s I in prnp 'ir quanlil'1
S1 ,. :; i : -it f th, :'. : h, e r.iox. :1;: ,,, 7.r-a '. 'l..! 'wi ;>:,i.i ,if -fulphur to 1.';1A9
....: ,: -" "t. 0 Y !,; .( t -aa,, 07 1 p;in ,! >'.l '* -ani a.'y a :h.,ri'! s" a ;,l ,::" poitn, ,of
....... YELLO W FE VE P AN D ,T".I ,,.,.19 T, 0 1 u--' V. ', .. '..to:' -S:,p r, i.) fe 11o, nh-,;{F''"". 'r 1h1
S1Y),, -, ,. '. i, i, to ti ,( fl o I"l all 7h fi A,,, A,,i ;, a n d .i4n t. .'
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REPORTED FIND OF -'HO! W T O N U ,M lT I t ... iV.....i it.l ts
YELLOW FEVER GERM. f.;, ,, i ;i.. ., at th,, ro m will be
At a moetlnz of the Orieans Par: h '?Tc. ca; .-.ci v. eld A, .nu< 12. 1 *., :- ;, :;... at:.! h '.. l do,, prI'ht, a.vy in dry wt;'i- er. Wti'n,-
l,,ile lH Jister. DDr. Rudolph Matas addressed the So ie;j i o :.: v- ',:. s ; : a.! retpni': ': - i: ,-:.i'; ,o) i !t,: p -' :n; 'vi'! ;ar:it a -oxml aru'j.inrin the one
t- is imposed upon trained nurses, and o;..t.r p,,'r>,,uis nir:.i-ie \vii :h t, r'. .r i. if iL' 1 l li'-- purified of mosquito, and p-rparel frr
--r .~~' a of yellow fever patients. in consequence if li' n w.i aocqi ile,i kioi.v,' ', '.' ," ;u'-l of ;atiL''n; who is. to ',- c ritef lv, trans. :rt i to t:... dib:i':
D. -- the mode of transmission of this disease by the n:l'uito .:,1 as p, af r th. ;:r'h av
if r. Arc.i nnr,!. ,if New Or ?lean A brief synopsis of the elementary iact;s 'onn l '.*ed v,:'t -. ow fe-.' T"I.., ,o:'k f' d:slnf-t' :on and mos,;;-; l r. -. a w a- I rr n:rn .
i t.'- ;" i w: '' -,- .i V,- f ver" g~ r:n. prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitiar d i.s i: t:i-- dis,.a. i no- c:,i .' ,y i!. a! h A ,t -ot!,, '. :!uin i ,": ,if- .r noirt -:.cn hi
ii : ; ",,"' i:.. i ',s vi-'*:l; : (il which he had utilized in his teaching, and suh;a ::td to the r.uc; v ar. i, n a :, piu .- '-'' l'a ,';: in ;a! Itraal: or w!. 't -', .v i ota.:.
: .'.. -'I:, :' t. I N, OrLai-s w i1! lIshed for the benefit of The Journal's readlIers a l ioo'.ws: : ":a:. :s iu,:,'.,i,! a!)i,'. 'ho ph, -'i ,n an' n o m < i dnrcct tth3
,''.o i ; Altu", e.n,' ,, onfs. S .h n- ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. :t ; I .t ., ; ;;t i i, i,
O':-n ,i TO.VALUE. 1tt p.,12. t'it r.iiin !phur fSniat i..t'(-,
i P'- J l,-t, !.,arn, i b, ti. h gernin i' 1. Yellowv fever may be defined as an acute. nfectiihus., fbrile (di-, J' atth,;r,.i l a char ge of :anitahion. in N i c Oraui;st d'liilt the prt1 srti
ta ri-.sll >tid and ;i;r, ; I ( ch k the which Is transmitted from the sick to susc<1.iIl;e individuals throullh : i eep,,' mie:
n-, liaI ofl ;:, ,'iis,.a.,. ,u'" tlt.y have a.-nr-y of Mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single spe, t ornam o metal such s r silvr and
;!i ltn! any rent '. f the dis- om:. a Fasciata, which is the conimmon domes'tc or cistern n;squito of New It i all ornamnt of metal, i. such s -s. cppof a r, silver ant: -.
,. itc is i .-, "~ a h ibeeni fIuld for Orleans, and in fact of all h the localities in which y-chlow. f.v fr i'>rc ais. jfr,, ;li e ,ln that removedii cI be protected b.l coveri,.s fthe objects tii ,ly.
n'a:aia. Th. chi, r,.a:,on for 'thir i, '2. The germ or traanm-issisible poison of yellow fever ew.i s in th ', ich cannot be r moved, r wih a thin c atn of vaseline applied w:r h a brush.
I; t t,,) elow lt- or nerm has not of yellow fever patients only during the fi:'st three days of the disease; after '- with mai-er. or wit a thin crmat in of aslumilid appll w:r nt a brr thsh
t! .' i-.a,' el,, nor iits habits d.iined. .'ird-, the patient ceases to be a menace to ite hea'l:h of ,ot;,,rs. Hence the u hll shaking.o Open all drawer. anid doors of furn.tur., anl c ilosets. -
a*,aTi s ;nr: ahed wox'kinz in the importance of recording the very hour when the at k rs an. ougThe room should be call drawer and mado as (tt as possible b stopp'.ng all
.i;k u !t! ;iowy know precistl what 3. 3. The )mosqulito (Steac-myia Fasciata) is powc','s. t;) convey the d!s- The roo should imney loor walls keyoles and racks near wtndpows anill
Sort of a r"-ulm th'yv have :1 conmbalt. ease to a susceptible pci son by its bite until a leat le d -, av elapsi openings in himney,floorallskeyl
Several tlimnts they bhavy though (that afte- biting the yellow fever patient. Tlhi period of incubaoirn in the m,'- door.evices can be cloed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
the ern-it was disco.)V(-reI. but (iisap- ito is the time that Is required for the germ of the disease to bre in the Crev withce a paste mae lof flourold newspapers) over
ipnt'in1ent has follow This may -he. lo'., of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect'.: stomach to its saliva-v (iThe mulphur should be placed in an iron put, flhs sk:.'.:t p-eferred, an-t
lhe resi:lt in th, pri-s.':u case: i: probe glands. The United States Army Ye!low Fever Conmmission ftond, in 1 9 I t co on bricks in a tub or other convenir nt wo er recFptacle with aboit
ably wl! be The r,'sil'. If. however, that in Cuba this period varies from twelve lays. in the hot summer months, place anr in the bo rn o This is a pr-anin which mrct be taken to
Dr. Archinard has find the ge'rmn. to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season, an inch of water in the Tsulphur is liab Prui boi over and set ftae to
or so other i will fin 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body drin the r' guard against accidents, as the sulphur is li, t boil over an set fire to
a 'xic that will kill it. From '.;is above specified, the Stezonyia is ready to rasit the dia.- in th,. e o .hur is readily alcohol ovr it and hin
ev sh'ali proceed I to a prototive sr- entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provide the The apartment should be kept closed for wo hours, and then opened up
Suni: and the te'rrors (if yellow fever' insect has acce.-s to wa'er. (Guiteras.) 'Water Reed wa, able to innoculate and we! ventilated.
will bt hanishe-.. 1: !', well known yellow fever wish a Steznomy!a fifty-s'ven days old. Giteras wit another and weF--T fventila d the edcubi contents of the room. m ip the length o
ithat an a' t;ck of gonuli,- vyelow f< ver 101 days old. INote-Acc(oding to Agranbonte. e d'egnmylia Fasciiata in Havana N i y f id and this total by (t o ifther, and to find the amount
iteni;rs the speso,.nt a:'.ickedl imlu.'.- can only Ibe coaxed to bite until four d:t;- old. W'ih us. in Louisiana, i lphur by tnece width, and to his tofm a l h t, rom ilahr and )co finu the ntamoun by ,
io other a:ta.k c, that is to say. a per- Dupree. it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging fri:mo s lhur will be the auioanI of silpiir :.quire. in pound.
sonn catn hao i.e vieliow fever bui the pupa case. It was b'l!eved, at one time, that: (1) tie females of S:eg- a -Take. for example, a room Ilt fct I ong. ul hftl r i wde and I fit high. we
i onis t Th exception,. If anm. are soomyia must be imprcgnaied before they will bite: (2) that the female., f'*,-r w a,,n multiply.v 1l5x0x10, equals 1,.500 cubic foer. Diivide this iy 500 and you
itr, tihai Tiw-v may be d.,:regardd. It biting once, does not appear to bite a second time. or at lea:,t until liv,,e r Wi'l hve the amount of -uphur -.required, vizf: 3 no),''l-
follxow-s that if the human system be seven days have elapsed: but Dupree says that the Stesomyia in uis!:tna hve the amount
inrocuiiatet'd w11h yellow fever of lot,\ that have been isolated and reared apart from the maies will bite promp'I
Spotency i, w;i bee ma immunni e t, and frequently. Probably after they have- digested their blol meal, and, lik
the disease their same ", if there hal Anopheles, within three to five days af',er.l I01 COSe 'O
, 1 aset nThe itt'ptir ane-', ierefore, ri of an infected mosquito bc-fore the symptoms or yellow fever will develop %i H H lp 'T hc msely es
thle finlitng of :he lirn' is real lv (he human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow ever, and riHe Tease v
understood. I' woull exceeld in va!ue l'rited States A,:imy Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen ca s ANDREW CARNEGI
ever h ll ,i' < ove",' of the mosquito of experimental y below fever obtained by the bi:es of mosquitoes it va;-e- By ANDREW wR.NEGIB
-teg',,'.yvia faaseaaa *;h,-orv. from forty-one '. iurs to five iays and seventcn boutis, afe-r innociulation.)
"e a 6. From f:a atove. we gather that if an adult Siegonm:ia IFasciata lite. LIBRARY requires the recipient to read and study. He

Lnol's Devout prit. a yow fever ati "t within the first ee days of he seas, it wi havebecoes more sensible and rises in the social scale.
o incuuate" th,' poitison in i- b~.,i from txwelv'e to eihen das (ncubat.on more sensible and ries in the ial scale.
James G. Blaine was profoundly Im- period in the mosquito): then, if It bites a suso pti;le person at the cxprt-- I have little faith in benefiting people WHO DO NOT
pressed with the religious character of tion of this tim.. two to five days must elaptse for the dis-ease, 'o` manifest it-
Abraham Lincoln as exemplified in self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimatinz the probable spread ot iBE-NEFIT THEMSELVES. You cannot boot a man up
the tone of his public documents. In yellow fever from a single individual to the Eusceptib'e persons in his environi- the ladder unless he does some of the climbing himself. If people
SBlmine's book this tribute Is found: meant a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before;
"Throughout the whole period of the the success or failure of any preventive measures., .ierpctd towards the- de-- read they will soon learn how to better the conditions under whih
Swar hle constantly directed the atten- traction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact thatsevera! they live.. In other words, the only way to improve the submerged
tion of the nation to dependence on (da s may e"apse before a mosquito infected from the first ca- e may bite a
Gd It may dd e doted et- eptible person, this period of observation should be enghed to tirt tenth is to improve their tastes and habits.
er he omitted this in a single state das, which Is the time given by the health authorities of Now Orlean in te It is a question of the submerged tenth ver.us the swimming
x.9per. In every message to congress present epidenxic. to determine If a fom us xvill develop from ati infected cage
pr. vry mssa to ors after its first appearance in a given locality. tenth, and more can be done by helping th,- r who help themselves.
in every promination to the people., The Segtomyia Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time I a gin a temendousamount of 't to this great -
be made it prominent. In July. 1863. that the poison is incubating in ts body welve eighteen as. It ma.. I have gmendousamount f tou
after the Imttle of Gettysburg, he bite freely and repeated during this period., bur its bi:t is innocuous; no:h;ier tion and have come to the conclusion that the lta t rewarded of il&
called upon the people to give thanks does its bite within this period confer any imnmun!:y to the btien person.
because 'it has pleased Almighty God 8. Yellow fever is net transmitted or convever by fomi-ts (i. e. ar'ichIs profes-ions is that of the teacher in our An:eri,-an higher educational
to harken to the supplications and or inanimate objects that have come in contact with .oyelow fov'er patients or institutions, New York city generous and very wiel provides re
prayers of an afflicted people and to their immediate siur-roundings.) I Hence he d.sinfe(:on of c.o,.hlng, bedn L -
ohsafe signl andefftive torlee or merchandise spprsedly soiled or co:amiated by contact or proximity tiring pensions for teachers in 1-or public ehool.. Verv few of our
to thsafe signaarmy land navy of the Untvtor iles i the sick. i ue neessar
Ito the army nd navy of the ntedor cadauera of the dead from yellow f. ver are incapable of colleges are ABLE to do so. The consequences are grievous.
ttes' nd he sked the people transmitting the disease unless death ncurs within the first three days o; ABLE MEN HESITATE TO ADOPT TEACHING AS A CAREER,
render homage to the divine majesty the disease (a rare occurren-,e): and then only if mosqui',es are aliowe'1 to AND MANY OLD PROPFESORS WHOSE PLACES SHOULD B
and to Invoke the influence of his holy bite the bodyv before decomposition has set in.
spirit to subdue the anger which has t10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever f'om the b!na': "'UPIED BY YOUNGER MEN CANNOT BE REtiRED.
produced and so long sustained a need- vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow feve r pa:in'. -
less and cruel rebellion.' 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it alwvn:'.s i ,,, i'e bir oif he .- .-...-.
"On another occasion. recounting the Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent art.acks of the discase. Th J d li re t
blessings which had come to the Union. The Journal deliveredd to any
he said: 'No human counsel bath de- DutIS Of th Train d N Vurs .
vis oed nor hath any mortal hand NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED part f th city at
Sthe gracious gifts of the most high NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON
God. who. while dealing with us in SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
anger for our sIns. hath nevertheleM 1. No nurse can be cons-ide-:ed as trained in the management of yellow
I remembered mercy.'" fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless ahe realizes fully,


F


* i3


AW__


AM.~


S. of the State shall t-ke out a license
SVOX POPUL ARE YOU TRYING TO before th:: s:iall hunt sucl4 wild deer
SPOPUI-i FOLLOW TWO HARES? # Lirds or ot'! r rgamen. an 1 prescribing
S- ---- a penalty for the x t' :.on thereof."
?'- Here Is a bit of wisdom which be andt the -a:e is he,-eby amended
*.- has stood the fire-test of time: so as to rtad as toiiows:
The Ohio State Fair. -. "HE WHO FOLLOWS TWO Sec. 3. That no person or pers-ons
Editor Pensacola Journal: 9- HARES IS SURE TO CATCH K- shall have in hi.s, her or their po-.ses-
'"e greatest event of the year fo," NEITHER." siou, or shall hunt or kili any wild t.;:r-
the people of many states passed off The man wo has learned key, quail or partridge in any part of
la-- week at C):umbus, emhbracin ,th that he can hunt but on, rabbit this State save only from the firs: ,'.
x? !bits a: he State pair. At no at a time---and prsp r-has of November until the first day io-
iine in the history of "h( State has l],arned much. -' Ma:ich of anly year. No,) pirs): sh.
ithre been a great' or exhibit from : If he is an advrriieor, he kill more than twio w'd turkeys or
ia'i. garden. fa<:ori.s and kitch.:s. finis th old truth as applica- ^ menor than twentyv quails. and no pari:.
Acrfs and multiplied acres under cov- l~,) to the matter of publicih :- of -wo or more persons -ha.l kill more
er c'ull scarc7.l hold t:io product as ho(ueh written about it. than four w:;l! :lurl .'ys oxr 1mor,. ;;a
Lroiuh- forth by the patient skill of I, learns to keep his (ey. on forty quails in any on- djay. and ;..a
bu-v workers w.o in t,,nIrous rivalry on plan at a time-that if a person shall kil :n.)t'r ";an five wi' .
c": nde.i for th. ny prizes. capaiagn of newspaper publi- turkeys in any one yea:, and n per-
I. al Hall vinh an array of loom- V is on lie must ignore the son or person:., lir'm, cOl'por; tion, a,.
in plants adwl c gahered. fruit c irusive '-secdndn, rabbit" of sociation or company shall sell, expoe
from va.iey and hi.i ti-ps, gardens, aIlvert~ !ng schemes," and pur- for sale o(r have in hi-s. hr or t.i o.
o,(o.ard- and x inm y.t:s stifle th .i sue,. wi' h undivided and undti posse :ion for sa'le in this State ar.y
s5:: -. of sight atd sn, 11 on ten:.,rinn vr' red attention, his original w!l;- turkey. quail or partridgee. An;
its vas.- ar.'.i. Th 'ret was Live Stok ,. plan and his original quarry. *X- rcr-on or per'-onn. co'.iration, a s-)
of fvery kind and sp- .i.s from the xs He observes that the adver- -t- ciati4,l or c,)impany viola'in any ,,;
bhorough-'ied Norman P(,rse to a p- tisor who is victimiz.,d by not th. provisions of this section shail.
nmy p>ony i.<,t 1s inches high. But to.) only the "second rabbit." but -', up;in conviction thr'. if. be punih i i
mr:ich spa'. v.wo 1 ,, required to d sol.",imes by a half dozen b: a fine of InT lo< t.nai $23 or mior
or- : :aliz7 all the ,l'i :-nIei:t s. I-, others all running in diff, :'ent than $1lit, or he irnpri-oaed in t!,.,
Monday was (o:)nin diay and se (dreoctions, wastes his 'florts coue.ty jail nolt cx.'icedin:g i oia or
apart for the h, :d:<.s- ;iholt an en- hi-s ;amunnition, his iinmt-and t less than 31) days.
trance fee-and such a gathering of invariably concludes thar rab- Sec. That all per s wlh > r
th, fair sex was ne-..r witnessed at a : hunting and' adverrisingare no ceitizpns of this S' ate. bifoir,
Fair before. Every ac.- condition an,, a delusion and a snare. huni.;ng for the pu'p-,rp of kilin,! an.,
diegre,'e of culture ''a;iterend to th: -, In advertising a store, or a :'. wix--' nam rnumlher of 40,011o to oeo with the busineEs enterprise of any kind t, to T.i clerk of theL c:ir, '' c. ',i!; 'f I t
Ir'c serntv lhe Te.i< o1 t te year,. "'-o t- a plan must be followed to the - county the 4 t ".a: i !) ':, n ptip;., -
Fli. Iva. k-Kpt 11:, thr )illi.. the wvek, end--and if it is a good plan, -.- .) hunt in, tin, upo n ,11h pay-!, :- ol
ea h day i incr:-asi:ig tihe Lat.. l'eceipts.. involving a concentration of $10 to tho aid l;K 1. ai):ipp ;;n
To tef casual uh-.r .-r lhe greatest ? funds and effort on newspaper ; ti clerk shall i-s' a p',_mnit to hurt
marvel was h, w coui! i; b possihbl- publicity, it will succeed. -. n can -. niv. i ;ro.:i
that s:-hi perfectin c,, i t be obtainc' -. i t a a n h, ;,;
lmocam- -; ~I this act, an.i the a s
i:i a ,l 'h exhbulis .\ com mon tot- .. -.. rra:i.ferrab(e ,in,l t :.. :::. i
n.,nti of the vxi-itcrs xns "certainly for .rnv ior."- I' ,'a f :i <:*' -
th, limit has been reach',.! in the nia'-; .o r ,,
t(r of perfection in powers, fruit. n-#" '##-1 : in ti,, v : fir. .
vegetables, machinery and living ani- l- l ii '; .. ', : .
males AMENDMENTS TO THE ." t ,:<- ", a' ."
Expectation ran to the, highest pitch FLORIDA GAME LAW. *'!,m",. : ', i,: I f, .- .
wnen is was n:.L !,ub ';< that Roy- i s ll b
Kihabensutt. lth A ;:onn .;. was t.) Tallahassee Ca.d'al. t o'. sh
th e lh.1 .


e:irnesr!y. and con-clentlously, that the disease i transmitted solely by mo%-
quiJto.s, and that it is her duty :o prevent the admission of these insects *:)
the sick room and to destroy then promptly if they should find their way
thierein.
2. That as :*h inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient sh.-
must cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar-
dian of h,, p:hb'e health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming dire,-.
!yv he most efficient and import nr sanitary agent in preventin. the sprea I
C*" yellow fever in infec'-.d local:t'es. Upon her intel;igenr appreciation of
tl',. mn:,e of transmission of ;his diseasee. her personal :-afety if she is an
non-immune) and the protection of the family and the v'.ro' household of
*f patient, (es i'ecially if thc:e are not immunes) largely, if not entir.ly.
i- 'l.nds.
3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most ma!iznan' yellow fever
parinOt is innocuous and a'lsoiMut,'-N harmless to even the n t)'t susceptih*!t
i.!:-imiI.unnO1, if the pr't) pr c'iutions are taktn to pret nm :te access of
..1 lui" es to the pa :t' t' i t son.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may th'rr-
f,'re be permn;:t,el between the vellowt fever sick and the w,:: :i 'the s! *It
room, and provided the innoculati"i of ;nostqi; ts, by )!ng :''0 patient
d-iring te first three days of the disease, is ah-olutely proven. l.
5. The a,,ssion of a trained nurse is not ,a:;sfactorily ac ,om:p'i.,hI 1 a
pI)ailt. suffering from any kind of fever, in localities infected wi' I '-
fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a In,'. :'i',>
eve.ti if the fever is pr.lven not to '.)e : .ow fever. Mosquito li:'- are an"'n
an. harmful even if nor infective to the patient. and It ni u t.-t i' k* p a
as ain ev.-lence of neglect. if he shows ev, '.encos of mnioiSuo .'tin,..
1'. No nurse can c,'onsd!r 'I'- a :rinledl yellow fever r. tire n 't' -
has m.iale self tl oiro lhil'v fan:iliar w\th the weapons *, chi soi. nr1 :tn I
(X;;.r:t':c h".' ,. !: to ,'ff i',-. pr tiect h non-Ill I pa 't'-
;. :.- rs:.!s -" ._ I .,, tit pe. I lenlt upon her k t o'.vl'td Le and exer:ions for' at.'-'v
* ,:' t he int' e .' l.
i. ihe \,' ,p)ons ofr *ff nsr.. andl !prense 'h t'.'t' nir'-e i1ist l. : t
}"t" 0'0'. l a t 'pro i 1- h lr p t "; '' a *i :
(A) Tii Mosquito Bar (Bobblnet Preferred). to Isolate the Patient in H;s Bed.
i T , t':.; *." ar- n t haxo inesa.- iji *:.' .l-h :* 'fL ,',-i. ;. -
p:,-s : -,, .f r,;o-n qi" ', -.
d,)'squiii-)s ican i; r ;ro-z; h nmosqu.;to n -:s when anY part of the
n i : ody is in oem ;, .' ;! r, ,t ng.
:. ''ii'it a!' sh.. : 1 ihe niado to :o th li '- "r, "' *'r
I.' 11 1t nt t.i:t t '; tile. '11 losq.(Uiiiioes hIs ve foh'ad a lo ir-:'Vl :t .
T''h ne:;n sl le I '.. licked n t- k. p :" iiin squitl ts !tr-'
cn;.;'r.


q;inl-rer ic offloisilli- t-n(if-rl hiit !I-.-


THE ENSCOLAJOUNALTHUSDAYMORINGSEPEMBE21,190


PAW FOUR


~+~C~~~i~'~R?Y~~h1Z+++R+R~t~)XI~~fi~










JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER


PAg FIV


If you are a "stickler" for qual-
ity, healthfulness and a double
pleasure in drinking it, call for


It is brewed conscientiously from the
choicest materials. It is aged for
months to prevent biliousness, and
every bottle is thoroughly sterilized.
It is a nerve-restorer, a body-builder, and a
tickler for the "stickler's" taste. Be sure to call for
"Gerst Beer, made famous by the sunny South."
WM. GERST BREWING CO., Nashville, Tenn.


PETER BELL, DISTRIBU TOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.


BARRY TALKS OF REGULATIONS ON


INSURANCE


ETHICS


BAY SHORE


TRAVEL


Michigan Insurance Commission- None But Heads of Families and


er Makes Address Before
National Association.

By Associated Press.
Hartford. Conn., Sep'. 2'1.--James V.
Barry. Commissioner of Insurance of
the s'ate i(f Michigan. ddlikver d the
principal aOddress bcfirt'- the conven-
tion of the National Association of
Life Und -rwriters her, to',ia%, his sub-
ject being "I-Ufe Ini.uryce E. 1(,." '
Mr. Barr.v's addr-ss was as follow.-;'
The pre'eint year has been one of
startling developments in life insur-
ance and the re-;ults of events tha'
i.,' happening in th 'v, l ionuous da-ys
w b be nlUnit.itousl l :iheir ef'et up')ot


insturaeand


conlnercial


:pr'(,I-rity of the country. iDuring tno


---- '-p-'L few months we lave seen one of
.. c- irat life in-uran",' companies of
FIlV NEW CAS[ES I nLIZA ANN. ;R[ country passing thrialgh an ordeal
MY Lia Ann: niw Ann: Tl| L 1u[LAT ,MlP wolid have staggorei, if not
He,- o- Se ami `iifh, a3 stars at twi*- a,* a'iaaly bankrupt the Bank of Eng;-
OF YELLOW FEVER H as:, AT GOULDINGin. "ia sandalnhaspoisoning
She be' i) n.,ii-h fiur looks~ th, very air it breathed ,lhiie dishon--
Didn't it her sense forum books. Goulding Relay Camp, Sept. 20.- .'% and graft have 1!-'n cancerous
(Continued From First Page.) But she luvs me. I'm her man. I am. ThIe inmates of the Relay Camp locat- growths feeding upon i's vitals.
w*ol. t'.: at this place wish to express Notwithstanding the- fi s, pub-
would be an impossibility to control I'1 cour'in Liza Ann: my Ann; ;throuh your col-umn their sincere, lii'y- hat great cure for the evils ot
Sfver Werre reo it an' he:- h,,r han': wee han'. ; pproiation and gratitude to the of- lii-. insurance, is d1iwig i:s perftcc
1e feer iere (-a, rerepo-ted hr,,s(,'(iad-anhanti;gratitudeto-theio
immredia'ely a i',r -a,'*,,ns cai: hos a hppy -igh ficials of the L. & N. railroad company work so well that, in nly judgment,
taken and a spread ,if :t, ( disease pr,- -n shp's s that b,-an.bx.e at Pensacola for their kindness n; this company is today : ., wel,. i not
vented, but here i i -ec-reted anrl SLe wii, share my name an' ban; my I.roviding for our convenience andi lbe'lter equipped than ever tlefore tl
hidden during thie first three or four ian'. comfort b -re in camp )on could not fulfil its mission and arcompiish th .
days of indoe';on the physicians are ask for more. We are very comfort- greatwork for which i was created.
Sanrdicapped and cannot under any cir- My house has just one room: my h;y arranged in camp .which is a si< A Struggle for Life.
cumatances (ontirI. th- readi or t-il home: room house with front porch, kitchen Thirty years ago life insurance
at what po:nt it may develop later. So when my Ann gits ready fur tu and two dining rooms. i passed through a fierce struggle tor)
This Is clearly shown Sn the ca-se of um There are 42 of us in the family and existence. It was the struggle of the!
Norwegian Vice Consal Wolfberg. -h'"ell the nigher be: we are glad to say that all are enjoy-i infant for its life.
The quicker the residents of the c.y se can't git so fur frum me, "ng the best of health and possessed! Now that infant has reached man's:
reaize this far' the quicker the fever If the's just one little room, n'our with a most ravenous appetite for the, estate having gathered vigor through
-ill; he stanpe, out home. ,holesome and luscious edibles fur athe years until it stands forth a giant
QuIte a number of new doubtful nishe-d us by Mr. E. E. Johnston, who in strength and power.
r'a"es were repor:od curing the da3. n the day my Ann cums home: our has charge of furnishing the neces-; I thte good name of this young
utn developments so far nave not bees hon( series for life's sustainance. v giant is to besmirched by financial dc-!
such as to warrant pronouncing then I'll pick sum flowers, an fix the rest The boys are all good natured, frol-; baucheries, if its strength is to be'
any type of fever. The physicians are up sum i< some and jovial, always cracking sapped by the malignant officers who'
sing every pr,ca:ti,), and do not an- all the flowers in sight jokes and playing pranks on Pch are its guardians and teachers are to;
nouice cAses unt: a thoroughh diagno- Couldn't make the place so bright, their be gulled in their condu< t by the ques-
sis has been made. As my little Liza Ann: my Ann. Courts. both civil ana' criminal, are tionable ethics of Wall Street rather!
,,-. _.-__ -__ 1 ,-SIS'PER 'SOJROWFUI invarihbl- in esaion with Mr .D ,hil ha v Mount Sinnai's message to ;


h ne Wetention camp.
Dr. Porter did not receive any,
vices y esierday rec rinz the (i
lion camp. wn;;o ,- "o l. cs ai
1'' the Maria, H,'I:,i', So'rvir-(,
:ov:'rrnmen land. No wire canme
Surgeon Wyman of f-cm Star
Bank, but it iF pr" eued that
c'mr wil be sbe,-sash, at the r
iamed, end that it wi e rpeaiy ,(
ceive refuget, within a short tim<
Stall Hopeful.
Al:hough .he dcvetipments of
trd~r\ sn)w.-i a iieciiled increase
It e numn-be' ,-f n w( : ca--. th he
iuthori:t ,ts art ii, ilt 1di S I'llh, h ; )] ;>,i- ,i .0 v :!I ,disoas,
are confldt nl thl>'.a a; d, so prove
.ie citizens co-o;,rate with them
assist in the wark.





GET THE BOOK
OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FR


Tobacco


Smoke


Drives


Away

Mosquitoes.


Smoke and Be


Protected,


LITTLE


MINiSTER Cl

40XCZ Arlk3;


IS THE KING
OF ALL


5c CIGARS.

TRY ONE!


Lewis Bear


Co.


Agents.
IIt11111lill-I III mi:1ltlttlllilIMii*,.,fit


- ad-
it-o i
fr,- I
geon


Ixnesom'hurt-on-the-hill. Williams judge presiding. Moses of old, then it were indeed bet-'
SA meeting was called immediately ter If the child had died in it- infan-
Low rates at Southerr Hotel foriafter arrangements had been comple'- cy and our life work had not been de-I
rooms and beard. -ed in camp and a camp government vied to its development and pro-,
fi"n'd. L~aw wer als) enact<'i, gov- grc-si
A SILVER BRIDGE. rning the regulations and manage- The disclosures of the past few;
T nt of the can,,) Offia er-s were alon 1 .-.h, h. Vh ,-. In i.. 1 t, *--'r en p or


Wage Earners Will Be Allowed
to Pass.
The regulations relative to travel
on the e:,.ctri line. where persons re-
side outside of the city limits and come
to Pensaolta daily. were changed con-
sderably last night, and hereaft r no
oin except wage earners anu heads
o; fmiiita will be allowed to pass to
and from the city, and they are con-
ined to a c-ertain time of day.
This order goes into effect this morn-
mng. and there wilii be no more travel
by families, or even servants who re-
side in the city. butt onm :h contrary all
persons will be stopped at the line
and not allowed to pass either in or
out unless they be heads of families
or waze earners.
The new order is also to the effect
that families residing outside the city
wi;l have to remain there, as t'?ey will,
no' ,b t) :l.:owe(d to eater the city.
The new order is on account of the
,'-voiupmrent of cases in ti, wtstertn I
section of the city, and to prevent a
sl real of it to inal section where num-
erous Pensacolians have summer
honwes.
A Remedy Without a Peer
"I find Chaniberlain's St,-mach and
Liver Tablchis more beneficial thaii
any other remedy I rver used for
stomach trouble." says J. P. Klote, ,of
Edma, Meo. For any disorder of the
stomach. billousn-?s or constipation, n


How to Judge









I foepi or "aftt -.*e r-


The great majority of beers possess a monldy
or musty flavor, which leaves a most disagre.-
able twang in the mouth of the drinker.
This is due solely to lack of cleanliness, many
brewers being indifferent to this virtue. in
brewing the famous

A. B. C. Beers
(The only beer botted ea lively at the brewery)
the most scrupulous cleanliness is exerciseil over all
vessels, pipes or any object with which the beer
comes in contact, anri eveti precan.uun thdt wiuI cua- I
duce to sanitary purity is emplcyvd.
The American Brewing Co., St. Louis, U. S. A.
N. S0LDRINS, Wholesale Deuaier, Pensacola, Fla.



No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGT3N. President M. E. CLARK. Cashier.
C W. LAMAR, Vite-President. JNO. PFEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000


these Tablets are without a peer. F,:r Henry L. Covington,
sale by all druggists. J. M. Pfeiffer.
Advt. Bryan Dunwody,
Low rates at Southern Hotel for' Frank "leilly,
room-, and board. W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
FRESH CREAM LOAF BREAD Y,'. E. Brawner,
DAILY AT WHITE'S RESTAURANT. C. W. Limar,
OYSTER LOAVES A SPECIALTY. J. R. Saunders,
Accounts of Banks, Individual!
Equall) unfortunate is that state whose Four per cent- enter
(selction falls upon one who himself
has a political ax to grind and who. .
uses his office for the advancement -
cif his persmal political ambitioni. WM. H. KNOWLES, PsldLt.
But more reprehensible than either of THOS. W. BRENT, Asat. Cashier.
Ihese is that department which per-
mits itself ko assume the role of guar-i
lian and advocate rather than that F
o; critic and judge with reference to F !
the companies of its own state and, P]


S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
iVf. i. Milton. Jr,
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawthon,
C. A O'Neal,
Dr. W. J Hannah,
McKenzie O',rti:,g.
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Cov!ngton.
s, Corporations. and Firms Solilcted.
est paid on Time Deposits.


W. K. HYER. JR, V.-Pres anl Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.


RST


11 0 savezmpair i a gr a er1
)t Quatit ceremomr That Goes With a -et,.ri to r -i.l v leute am les extent, public confid rc. t Rouma-ia- weddla. Our premi-s were at once put in stability of the business and the hoT; nad byv ,he departm ent antirh T IO NAe A t
e At Roumanian weddings it i the cu- the very best sanitary condition by esty of its management. Unless th N ta. I have always s been a firm b N-
o umat an we d g t the vr be r n ci e principle of comityb
tom at the wedding feast for the companyy and are kept so by th-e public confidence is fully restored and
groomto receive his bride over a snitary committee und'r the super- honesty and common sense be the atween the insurance departments of
y g- brid o if hv vision of Messrs. D. Williams and E. controlling forces in the management the various states of the Union. I do of P nsa ola. .
e bridge of silver. E. Johnston. Gambling, profane lan- of all companies, th'i future of the not believe in indiscriminate exnamina-
S Coins are placed in a double row guage and ,oafing aroun the camp are business will not only become pre-I tiAns without rhyme or reason. but
a neross the table. and over this the prohibIdl A:: persons violating this carious under the best conditions btlt that supervising official fails in theI DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowles
ani bridp daintily steps to her husband's ordinance are rigidly dealt with ac- a harvest of injudicious legislation performance o? his duty who neglects
dA waiting arms. cording to law-for our judge is an will be garnered from the tares of to make an examination wherever and W. K. Hyer, r., D. G. Brent.
and The ceremony of laying the bridge ; impartial one. scandal and jealousy that have been whnevwr his honest judgment dic-
one of the interesting events of thei We are pleaded to receive visitors. sown. I sincerely believe that the af- states it shoul3a be made.
wed-lling feast following the religious both ladies: and gontlmnien at any time, fairs of a large majority of the comn- National Supervision. fOREIlN 10D DOMESTIC EXOCil1aE OUSIIT ril SOLD
ceremony. When the guests are and assure th-n the extension of our panies are conducted with hon-estl The question of national supervision We draw our nwn Bill of Ex- Vess
brought to a proper spirit of festivity best hospitalities. fidelity and integrity and that in the which is now being so extensively dis We na drgeon Greatown Britain, Irelandl o V disbursed upon he M
hr the good choer at the board a space Conductor J.. C. Horne and Flag- hearts of most of the officers "a good cusspd and advocated, is a most seri- Germany, France Austria, Italy, favorable Terms, and their ebil.
at the head of the table is cleared and man W. F. Davis, brought in one of name is rather to be chosen than ous one. Politics has been known to Holland, Spain, lglum, Russia, nation, taken Payable at Port
from a bad of thare d rawn silver co and cambia county's largest turtles one grcat riches." The eleven ought ot creep into nauonal affairs and cam- Norway, Sweden. Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Vh.
from a bag are drawn silver coinspro- night last week, and of him was pre- be condemned because there has been paign contributions to dictate the ap- other European countree. eel Arrives there.
cured for the purpose, the proper pro- lared some of the best gumbo eve,- found a Judas who would betray his' pointrnent of cabinet officers and am-!
vision being the production of coins' a.en. master. I bassadors In years gone by. To be
EE. fresh from the mint. We wish to extend' to the bereaved Hostile Legislation. oof value national supervision musI Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
These are laid in a double row across family of Mr. Goulding our heartfedt Notwithstanding the stability of the!confer upon him Who is to exercise
Sthe table, and when all is ready the Fymlpthy in their sad beravement, businesotwithe achievements of the i almost unlimited responsibility and have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
father of the groom makes a speech to but how feeble ate words to carry con- past and my faith in th future, h I be- aitocrat power. To make this re-
his so admonishing him to se that laion to the hearts of those bereav- a re -sponsibltyand power subjectto par-n
his bride's way through life is always e of a loved one? Yet we are all to l at you mu beprepared tvo t exigencies or the needs of the cam- pat nntet p
ontIs made, and, eeme and liked by all who had i h c o rs e b b fall the insurance business.
mounting a chair, theeldr man swng fo a inac confronted when the legislatures of bl befall the l..nsurance business
mu gormhed hns aiquaitancet aIt national supervision is to doubt Tthe
the bride lightly to the table. Carefully We are very sorry to note that Mrs the various states again convEne. uf whio h-L. WELLE.uIL, OsAcAN PAdDubme
a Such a splendid organization as this burden which the business is now- call- L. .ILTON Oa E, 1R351D33r. T X. WORIJO, Ash CAdatla
avoiding the displacing of a coin (for McGill is qu!ie sick with fver today. association whose influence races ed upon to bear, then it were better to ..M.USSINxIL, ASIA. V NFIDMoNoAsr ta
that w-uld mean bad luck)the girl Mr. M caled n a physician, wh assocatonluene rea omp Ia onal B ank
makes her way across the short silver immediately diagnosed .Ie casc as a from one end cf the country to) hi in ione i unaccomplish end. If. t iwev -r. Nal D
R pathway and leaps into the arms of her mild attack of malaria cr biliousness other and rose ean to ower can le m st a national department free from politi- of Penweo a, Florida.
spouse. We hope the yellow fever will soon to be felt from oea to ocan.te m ii At wedding feasts where ostentation be stamped out in nacola. be themainstay of those who w t itos tr judgment conscientious in its able Wr ,Morrisar.
is desired the bridge is built lengthwise ONE OF THE BOY&S. slting in Itell-considered neiotir decisions and fearless in their exr-cu-niN K
of the tableih will harass and o it would be "a consummation de- A EN L BANKING BUSINESS TRANSAC D.
-S- -- which will harass and obsitrw 0 .1w h
"osrHERE'S A REA9 I"business.lJudicious, ell-consil.' 1culy to be wished."
C r "THERE'S A REASON" business. Judicious, ell-consi i Another remedy that has been sug-
Crvr wk HBr .owt. I That's All Right. But What Is It. legislation should be welcomed byv and .. sonme extin.g .undesirab'e ********.****wlh****
To write and even to sew by means A Tady teacher in South Dakota says: have the unqualified sulpon 1Of .i:- eonithn is a system oef iutr-starae J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier.
Sof the lips and tongue alone would '"' was compelled 'o give up teach organization and al -bat is .L -i- cxaniiiationis to be made under the R M. CART, Vice-President.
seem a sbher iniplhnilty. and vet ing for norlv 4 years .;causo of what ents. Any measure whicn will 'n- direction of the National Convention of!th F p F R V pc P
5 r. Rubinstein of Werthelm-on-Main. *he physicians aled "nervous dyspp, sure a stricter accounting of tfieo dirence Commissioners. This plano f rLUrLL Dr T p
Sa medical expert of reputation In Ger- i:a. Nor was I of any ,c in the trust funds to the policy holders oonemplates that any company desir-' Direotor-L. J. Reves, J. 8. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
Many, according to the London Globe. household economy. I was in man) which will keep the investment of ing to hav itsh affairs investigate W A. D'Alemberte, +A. Jennlna.
Svouches for having himself en an repes a wreck. these funds within proper limits. or AJay ,o is f c rnveon through_ TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
may a)pv ', f Co (',nvent'on through TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUS[NE3S.
authentic instance. The case was that had numerous phycians, one which wll fix a more dect r on is ,xecutiv officers wo may also bt TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPCTFULL SOLCITD
ttnoooes ility fortthe bet,, oel-e-- a- -- mnsrayce alsoabe YOU -A-C- .IREPL O LCTED
of a young girl. paralyzed in all her aft r anoth r, and took many different bilty fo the btrayaof th any insurance d-part- s.0* 4*0***-********-- -- ***-*******SO*---*****O* **
"mbs from t n of s ev f kinds of mvdicin,, but they did me no trist by company offalso nt or dearlnr s which deem an
= limbs from tbhe age of seven to four- ol e bt ninat or denart ni-opns which dpem an -
Steen, when she died This affilettd lit- o en.on- me examination of a company desirable or
"Finally. 3 years ago. I began to use your enthusiastic support. ,e'es.ary. and the designation by
tie retre, by triumph of will and Grape-Nuts food. I grew stronger in Publicity is Vital. sn,-h executive officers of tr- insur-
patenw fncen wmcn in its own way, a -er t rt lime on the new diet, and Would that I had the power today arre (departments to conduct the ex-: Woea and RetaiJ
few fine achievements have been re- was Aoxn able toi rtume and am still to paint in letters so bold that they aminaiion in either cas. Wholesaleand .-tatl Dsier
o (rdld. trained lips and tongue to do teaching. I no longer uti drugs of would never b- effected from your, H)th of theso proposed remerdi-s dd Steam, Domestic, Anthracite A In
the work of the hand, and to do it well, any kind, my dyspepsia has disappear- memory the one word "Publicity." mand careful and serious consil era- ,
for she could not only at-w. but could (e( an 1I am a hearty woman-thanks which, in my judgment. must be the tion. lBut no matter what remedy Is
do it with neatness and speed, even ar- to G:r-pe-Nuts." Name given by Pos- agency through which life insurance applied whatever -vils may exist will Office--No. 13 South Pllafax street. Telephone S3.
ranging iece of light stuff in their tuam Co. Battle Creek. Mich. There'- an institution, is to be preserver, not b' wholly eradicated unless hon- Yards on Zarragoes and Gonzales streets. Phone. 6.
places by the same means. In three a reason. Th- y become too weak tc and perpetuated. Any legislation 'sty and justice supercede graft and;
weeks st!e embroidered designs In silk handle. the fried meat. eggs, bacon, col which will insure the greatestt pub:. specuTiition wh -ro-er such ev-s ar __
S. on a piece of canvas some yards long 1e* anj white bread. so. partly digest- ity an,' which will impress upon the' to be found. --
ed they decay an.' cause a:l sorts of minds of all having authority In th .. ... -j**t-*'S*. 0-- .*. se:o ..
crters at the Part. Hamll tr.hb:- which will become chronic if business tha' they must account to the .I
crier at the Pd. Te tie nerves and Ipublic for the manner in which hi
Th. -o,,ten l ra grw w ary for they are deprive t hei sacred trustsdean IS NOT ALW AYS A SIN
alle or central market s one f the rebuilding e ements the fed your ?arnest support. I maintain thatU R O T I N T A
of recent revelation in r,us furnis: to rpiae the soft gray any legislation which does not. eith r
a case hef,,r the law courts. ought not fiag of ntier cen'res and brain I directly or indirectly. measure up to It will pay yo to investigate 0iS priCeS before f ya y7 r
to be desi.l-ed. The men who cry Gati- vhi.h is rarIty used up each day. this standard is either vicious or fruit-'
Snais fowls for sR, e earn 20 a month. Now comes the mission of Grap- less. I
Those who sll rIttny fowls get 16 a Ns to s:ppy th "R -n." Mad' it is a generally conceded fact that hardware, Sash, Doors, nds or Lumber
mort-h, and those who d'spo~e of ducks in a pecu:ar and scientIfic way of the politics plays altogether too important W alr hande Paintsh il rick, aI nd Lment
o only r-elve ii per mcnth. Rabbits se'ect.'d pa-ts of Wheat and Barley a part in -he conduct of ti, affairs of We alo haudsi Paints, Oils, Irick, Ie and Cemeat
bring the e'.er only a pittance, for tis famous food contains natural insurance departments under the prps C$B Wave o u Oney on RV
6 a month is all he gets. Not every- 4chosphate of potash with albumer .t system. In too many cases this We ve yo moey cveythin.
body can be a crier, for unless you which combines with water in the body i the influence that dictates the ap-
have sound vocal cords and a pa ble ks hat gray matter quickly pointment of tae uprving official
hve und vol chords and a passable and surelyThen when nerves and brain regardless of his witness for the posi-;u
Feel the row?, of new made and prop- ion he is to occupy. ven when byS aunders M ill C om pany
requires a man wth a strong constitu- rl made cells, the strength returns this system a conscientious person,
tion for the crier i at work from t stomach as wll as other parts. hough lacking in the requisite know- Ofces 29 East Garen Street hone 717.
o'clock in the morning till 8 'clock in : There's a reason." Anyone can prove ledge an, experience. sL.:l desirous of 'i et North Palafo Srt Ph 113
Sthe evening, and on an average he it. doing his full duty intelligently is hand- SHERLOCK HOLMES, Ctoy rl Stret, one 3
should sell 2.000 fowls per hour.Lea-- See the little book "The Road to capped by incompetents whom politi- -
r doeWeb. Wellville" in each pkg. cal exigencies thrust upon him. The Greatest Detective of Fiction. ..... 0 ***>I 1IO*SSO|-


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER21. 1905


CONTAGIOUS

BLOOD POISON
Ooitagiou!- P~-Ioison1 -:-ore t12sw.
d~ae V'x'T k !r'. 1f the r..d"iaf'
fcoed whe'I the rv f', comles !'rrellche&
in the c7cua -'. -erupt'i,ris bnr-ak
Soat anthe :-C*. t.elloi~th an~i tbrort
vuierate. -.:ih he ne, ;, an,! g-mnt
sphtche".1'V4'4'(1 t'to't.etc.
I was ar. i(-Pd w.' h 1lood rnezscn, and
bestwt (- ( r.' 'no r' -i. t!.ougb
IL took tt,(- r Ir'-.. :'- L faiia ijt. 1-1
@tamI seeqbr'--n. v0&u u"sia,!t;,w h:'e
I took ahrnros'cv, '" c'-ca4ied bbocd MM_
edy, b u t*I,- it :- p'r. Ti t ro .,-h t he
duhaasesp. a rd Lb 2 : e1:1w cateverr. I
4rv jierf'' .t--r il seemed that I
1ould npv-vI' re i. At t1:e advcepol
@* trer d Ith'b L- 1,8.S. R4, i b-pan t
it eu r-d in.'( om 1);, z '.
aLnalet. X. Ck \IX. R. !NEWXA-N.


So rv "'-us i- I iseain
that ta' 'h~~r~.; b
frien('- ml *-ha :1-1:1 '-:ng the
toilet a '. '8' :: Ct', -. I -, h tilt
r oiio. 1 (. cure' II 1:; :ou1, and hate-
ulidi~eastc ~a'K::~re-:7- 7- is re-
mp(t (A the >avrlfoarce" (":t evf. -I
particle o"on 1c vir-ns f !r:ii Im4)2ar-!
c ures 11u e& 'a;I r S '!t. .-





a s s, Td tb".t,
Some of the T,~.nI, P'f. in ht I ot~
tT3in:.fl"l '4.:tio.r~t (JfqpinpI. The -r-
tn' LI'-i.'V ..tan' tlht-!1.Iodn-,!
pue.r ii i. : bv 2r.' ~ tl.- great r(,
k.t I fo h r
btfliRtcnt -21. G flV M( .,C:-. iA uesC ir~ed
wdll be' ., vt- "of 1t-.ia:e. %
TME SWIFT7 nECIF'1C CO., Atlanta, Gia.


Whet Your Appetite

and then come to
the Old Reliable


Nick's


Restaurant.


where the bes! is
&Iw3YS &ctainable.


AN kinds of Fish, Soft Shell
Crabs, Western Meat-
REGLLF L'NNLR SERVED DAILY,
2a CENTS.



Why Go to Town for



GROCERIES?


We handle everything

in thL line, including


Finest Florida Syrup

and


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Polite Clerks and Quick

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1 TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE


PEOPLE AND EVENTS
B. E. iF.LLIE Rec. ETViep- om em

MCen, Heard and Done Amonw rFh3e Who Go. Come

cnd Tarryw--Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere


WHEN MABEL POURS THE TEA
ON THE BAYSHORE.
E i.'or l'Puo;" arn'l I-'--,n's:-'
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lhas resigned his position In the L. &
N. Freight house in ti:s city to ac-
c ,p: a position in Denver.
MISS CALDWELL IN
THE BLUE GRASS STATE.
Mr.- Marion Caldvoel Iand daughter
Miss, Fannie are spending Sepiember
in Kciitiwtch. T'iht Hopkinsville, Ky.,
DIaily New Era of Sept 1i;. says.
'Miss Ethel (Ginn pl asantly enter-
tailn d a lew frit:i0( last night a:
ct;r4;S. Handsome llpr:es were w)on
i' y M! i's Caldvt ell of 1P..nsacoa. Fla.,
anid Mr. Alleot: of P'adn lah. Ky.. DLe-
':.li refre:.inewns w'-r '- served.'"

GENERAL GRIEF FELT
FOR AUNT MARAGRET.
.,,- Ma 'ae-re: M. DU lncan, wlos,
l l. aL, sp.rit went out l:ito the real
1-k',yo ISaur lay night, was one ot
, 4',' ;, ira. g(o l worr.en whlv leave
Sli- \wn:., I l' r for having, lived in
S,t:n the d.-'ah (of hr husband. Mr.
Pi't'r 11 an't:: a h -hei, s n ade her homer
(cil fiy V. 'h htr neph''\ Mr. Jam' -
Nix >\hen not going a:,,ut doing i
n'n a:> ts of kindnsi lsthat won (h.?
0\ nr r.* -p,,.; of a'll who knew her.
To thi'm -is 'a., uni:versally UAnn'
M;:'ac ,rt aniI .-he treated them all
;i c'o:.se relatives in w-liose wella:,
"he f.-It an affeo-tionate int',rest. A
,'rrn nurse. she minisi ered faithful:V
o al! who noted I helir services a,,
far as lay in her power.
To thn.- ick and torrowful--espezial-
iy to th' pon)r--she, was devoted wilh
no apparent lhouhti of remunera(ion.
and without re ard to any thing but
The fac' ta.i sa.'t' c ld help them.
"'Aun: .Mara-re has left a re-r'
in the hear's of so many people Iby
her goina away that no other metm,-
r.al is needed and \,,t-each of those
.who lov-,d her feel a desire to lay
t)lme tribute to her beloved memory.
I::--af-rr all wh ,< more can 1 '
-:;i f .an- w. 1rnian : lian I h:'r '"
\ ' .'1 ).rI; >i .!Ii a o 1. A I 1
-i4,' l to 4'r f..ciw r ,

4.
WHY THEY VANISHED
FROM H3I PRESENCE.
S'I '- ,N a" r: a a; M"s. Ilarrah, '
,l '.ln e h ai '..:a 1in plea>aan-
S 1 ; .':- ait ': dinner. \
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- ..\, Ii -.: '. 'ha ri.,' 1 'o com e fr,;,'
S '. upwa;''i. I c" .uzhled and In1


East Hill Gro, Co.

Cor. lavre andC Gadsden Sts,


PHONE 212.


The Best


Fruit


Flavors


f ,- r .*.'r. r-d


,- (c4am


SKandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S. Ilaaox. Phone 999


SMART DESIGN FOR SMOCKING.


The ef' '" of this smart li-tle frock
That ;of a one-plece garment, al
'.,)ugh both the waist part and th-.
S.:rt are cut a d fashioned' separate:.
The union of tie two is cleverly con-
', al-ed in the smacked band that a,!-
: -ts the fullness of the blouse at th"
Sas:-. 'he skirt partaking of *he sam?
: of fit, and the finist being a


-':tp'' e:n. A round yoke pattern
< fo'ow~ing :n "he smocking, this the
.'r,.*- ,d',;'h back and front; while the
-'I \e has an ad,.1- cuff of the same
rainin below "!::. full puff that
; ,::.:s 'he upper part. A steal blue
-', nr:etta. one of the new colorings.
f'-hions the little frock which. like
rts- of the new models, fastens in the
! i.ck.


YOUR BEAUTY
USE

NADINE FACE POWDER
Copyrighted In Green Boxes.
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARM.
LESS AS WATER.


NADINE FACE POWDER is cornm
pounded and purfied b. a newly di.s-
crvere-d process. ProJuces a bfau'1-
ful, soft. v~elvey appearance,. whi n
remains until washed off Larlies wh,
use Nadine Face Po-d,,r are sure t.e
complexion w.:l 1e .soft and lovely a:
close of the eve:;ntE.
THE QU'ALi'iY iS UNEQUAL.ED.
Buy one 50-cent green packazte of
Nadine Face P'w.vdpr. and if you are
:: en rlr',,ix .-':,lns -d., no'lfv us an.l
we wi]l promp'.y ref'inl ynct money.
Sold by all 'ea IT!ng drugersts, or mail
price 50 ce(n:s. White, Flesh. Brunet.
prepared only h1y
NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Paris, Tenn.


BtSULAI II


Special to The Journal.

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a ( sipaT'ring dou'Ile bass voice (KL- it not; b. ; gn;o,l :,! ia ;o g ive(, co411-
scrv(d it 4 nobody in part icular: 'r.\ p'.)' i;. 11.' 4:.!,i ': C'-.iilin1n('ca
"I tii.d to dance, too, thirty years 'ton by t .I lphoi 1ha iIh,. n ,rqchan:-;
ago; dance' all night. but I can't itdo i; an (d o)he:'s i h.e ;i by placing a
an:> nlore." ; .lon" at; ':n h1 ,o ti : 1',.'-, il ag
.lust then one of the married ladies ih.o rilh, ('j;. l;'.e, (4,'.4( l ,e' in c('hiir.-
.-aid she often t1:4k a walk after din ( 1 he 4he guar h 'Aho i.- ii" 4ali MlI're ani!
ner; she thought it was good for tile x" xt wou hut i x\ ...i p.!' a. for !thIl .'.'rvhw
health, and she likewise rose anl t- --
made her exit dignified and in good Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
ord( r. Her husband evidently Foley & Co, (''ai, a.j o rimnat.-!;
tho'l-il walking was good for his Honey and 'Tar as a thrc.at ani ilintg
hea h. too, tor he immediately follow- reniedy, and on ai'm,1unt of lihe igri,;.
ed i er without making any apology at' merit and popularly of Foley's Ho.n-
all. The company thinned rapidly 'vy and Tar man, :Inia;)io;;s are of
The middle aged man coughed slght-, fer 1 for the .',i!:line. Ti'is4% worth-
4i a-ain and in his melancholy vu.ce :ess iniita1 ', s have sii:lar so;indi'n
,f ,:.,ui>le hass observed, this time to naw'es. B'A i... :, :i. ':n. The gen
he eW \w boarder: ii .')1 > !e::i : ini Tar is !n a
"Y:.,. I ,.e, tt 1be great on the foo'. y-'lWow pa'i,:ts- .. \ ?!,r .t andi r"
I t> (io wa.k ;hirty-se en mil,'-, a ', -. a x ny -- 4 1 'the, 'w's-
1';iy .'l think Ilo lliinlg of it :hil r i'f: i i',r 1 i' ;.!. :4d.- .\
\ 1al', az' 4ii I,' w I <'An'it do ; ;a A u: I ,- ;' \ i '.
I r t s i!lc('t' i \N o :, t h e a t ir ,l';- ;: i .. .
r, ;:ma'isal I,.:Il ---' i RESH CREAM LOAF BREAD
By Iliha ime, narjriv 'everb'o'd n--. I JAILY A VWHITES'S RESTAUR .NT.
'jisaIpp1ear,,id b)ti II' new bloarder'. ;:' OYSTER LOAVES A SP--CIALTY.
aiiiile 1aged ge,''. !an .',i his wi'f' --
:n.i -oIn. a )bot l 4) 12. T l.e jInO v,'iIiKf..
: 4i114 :" hiS '1:- I t ) ilo it 'l.! Op lon ,f the 4 hItn1e -
; -.n' an,; 1 :ap: h '-l'' T<. "TbI .v 4'td 1 I. 'd \\ )i ,,. ,' xI." ",, *:-u1l' !
.4,). The t' a.!! : l : a 'd g .e ile dii.I no IN !:,,' -#. i- 'rI 1',.;,> :1 :in4. llt he
1-. 1" ;I ;"'/h ,. "N"ry '..-e l:, "':. . NN \\ ***I U H lXi, i ,. \ : .s l',r .( -Il ::l ,l t
: an\ at farthes' w in !(f:;',, :.i; 1, '1 n' ,it' I \\'.s in <'l '. : :'I aid ho
I 111 ir( u "a 1 ,i e 'lt a::tziine ;1) i 4. r,';'c:- r 'Ii',. I.;i 't'.l it. IH :. I ,) :1 r1''1p-
.: 4 :i' Now onl ly 4;h : -,' r < o)f th Str l .t1 ,.l .le:
:.l : '.n 's i f: >it i:lg in r pla T: l '. l i S --s :ill lhil
T"".( hid Ie B a.nd gentleman ed" I eon; j,.11 Kt .ohi a i rg." i I""o ,,"j. T'h'y
C;on- ( ih;::erward and (o ened ol ).hive ,.o nr;^.. lli ,-;,: |i ),cr ;and all -
'Ves inr;: y(v ars a-:o I was a w= .Sid"& p, t f. o : :,, li.,!:l T P layI inl
:ran. sironE an, healthy as anybody MA ,.try sni,,;c";n in 1. 1n down
,, illi lbe. I ovrrwo '!ke L. (Once 1 was l,- ( 1 l .f:,,;,,,. i:i li!'," n ."
ar a :A n ral a dwl om k tou')hei my k. .. ., i 1 V >
'L.ain-' lhe c.iair I xx:i- siine t, ar.:3. I.#. t a .. :;.'', ,r a Na-
.1o -t-i Ihng seemed to cra.-k in i:, an pio n risr e up :;. ,', 'la ,,. :.:,,1 hIi two
. .., Iain n earlyy m ade n,e cry 4,',:. .' .ei',(t:.s !l. y bue.'44! Ie 1t,.' T4ie ates* t
Tlhat was the first I knew. I had rhe : i "'i4,1 :1::.: I' i,'1'--r:g 'i .'.--<" in tIlth
.i;,:ism. andl now !t keeps u;). 1 can; xwv rli. "Tl,.y (niy i.e3, d, 1 ;.,,'er. <;\ve
, ep nigih s, and I have no1 appe;i'e il:ein lpr-gi'r', an1 l th,'y w\:ii con,,!'ut:.:
,a n': eat anything like ()'!'*'r peo:pi4 Thrce huln(dred yx,'rs r r., tlh y v'-ri,
itnty yealb ago I e'Ijl my lo I ( II lie'd of the r .- irld. li, thi ieir c-r,'ith
"t"';r than anyl)ody te but ll .IP)" was htunted. 'hiTia wtiis a m 'xi'i-rn
,y-p) psia and things t)onI' tasre g 'K. man with umdetrn am liti.>i. iLet the;r
any more. Then I lost my te ;h. al. l'.1.ler co _ip, I~.' ti.,' uust revive
I can't nast iha:e food. There'-, a again."
'n-..ier spot on the htion of my ri' - -


fo; rthai keep.t me from getting ;:i
(ex rcise I neP(d. You s(e. I ha 4ve t.
xvv a ;his cap all the t'in,,. ven ,i
(lo'-rs. to keep from taking cold
S\'i.'n I take cold my rrh'-,anma:!.]:nr
,'>: so, bad I can scarc"i! v.a'k at all.
y it heart's w muit avoid all excitomeri. I siffo-
fi on, a complication of di4-ases ani
any of them may take me off at any
tri-(,. Thirty years azo-
But just then some'ning took th,
new Iboarder off. It had come to her
out of the air why everybl)oy si !1 at
the sight of the middle aged gen(]"-
man with the doublee bass voice. ii,,


A Case of It


Many More Like It In Pensacola.
The following case is but one of
many similar occurring daily in Pen
sacola. It is an easy master to verify .
its correctness. Surely you cannot
ask for better proof than such con
(ltsive e\ idence:
Mrs. A. Cummings. of 402 West In
I fendencia street. says: "I must say
that Doan's Kidney Pil!s. which I pur
chased at Sidney Kahn's drug
store. No. 9 South Palafax street.,
are a reliable remedy. My kidney;
have bothered me for a great many
years. There was a tired feeling
about me all the ttne and any exer-
tion used me up entirely. My bark'
pained me so at times that I could not
rise from a chair without assistance
An old friend of mine recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills to me years agoI
as they had cured him of a serious;
kidney complain'. I neglected getting
a box from time to time. but finally
when I saw them advertised in the
New Orleans Item I started to use
them and they proved to be a splendid I
remedy. I have used some. five or
- x boxes and they have corrected the
~xdney trouble, and the t:red, worn,
out feeling which existed all the timn'
disappeared and my bac-k does not
ache as it formerly did. I have re
commended Doan's Kidney Pills to
several and know others who have
used them with the most satisfactory,


results."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
N. Y.. sole agents for the United,
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
Takes the burn out: heals the
wound; cures the pain. Dr. Thomas's,
Electric Oil. the household remedy. j


Wooden ''oohIwcks.
"Stop chewing tootLpi.'ks, young
man. if yuli \'1l'P 1,nr life."i s :. d a
liyshi'i:in to one (if his patients. "You
uncons iously swallow little slireds of
the wood., whhili are not dlgestihlo and
whi'h become compnct In the stonmach.
Finally you are annoyed lby a hacking
cough and the spitting of blood and you
(1<) not know what is tlhe nmtter with
you. Ynou imrngine yiu i:nve I')ni ump-
(i1n or some sirniliar ;iflliction when it
ls onTy the foreign suilst:;n st';n ,' thli. that m a:)k the str'ngcest pro-
test amilnst your c'arelesnsneis or igno-
tonn,'e In allowing It 'I a)cc unmnlate
ihI'-e. Stop ch vwii)i t .,)uih'piks and
svslowtiing qultik in-wtruins,. and by
taking ordinary 'are fA yourself you
will live ount the lotted threescore and
ten years."


A Storm on the Pacifle.
The captain of a San .Franciseo tug
thus describes a storm ,ni the l'acilec:
*"When I -a;ty that the waves ran
nmountalt bieh I amn no, ex:uggerating
the situation in the aut. Th'0 tug
wcuid be poisel 1n the crest of a sa
and then be plunged down into a valley
of water which seemed a mile below
us. At wiies tbtf Im)can voulld come
out through thie (cloud. and in the nn-
certain light the waves seemed twice
as high. The wind was blowing a per-
fect hurricane, and our lee rail was un-
der water &11 the time. The angry sea
appeared ranging ahm-ve, below and all
around us, ai41l nearly every wave
into which we dipped, w.uld wash over
lie tug. It was impossillik- to remain
aft, for the lower dec'k, wat flooded."

neiw board' r haI',1 ) .. her dres--
: ake r. .a: i.. a: s.: '10. slid out.
A. -he pa --. 'hor ro.)nt v'. re the t w'
,oy.- w :',, ;,:'. i:. :, k s .s-he hear"i
thL .nidd'.. a; I ,:*: man s son say
cor.nti en' ly '', hli I:i :
"My tfath.'r.s an o.l ,rankt"
The newclimt.r a:'- el v.i'h "he boy.
---Jane Moses in N ). S a-W..
Ask any lady `hatr has used Blhi.-
IPlVon Lemon and Vanilla Extrac.'
and she will (tel vou That A.hey are
BEST EVER MADE."
NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK
APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
DAY.
Low ratlo. a- Southern Hotel for
rooms and board.


Sm


You Have Nearly


Stamped Out the


OPEN ALL
NIGHT.


Yellow Fever


with


Sulphur, Insect Powder and Oil of

Citronella.


DON'T RELENT! MAKE A CLEAN JOB OF IT I




...ODTOtI'S Fi1AvMAnY..


PHONE 1100


THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.

*




MAXWELL HOUSE,

AUSTELL, GA.

WRITE FOR RATES.


WILL E. MAXWELL.






I YOUNG PEOPLE WHO


ARE TO BE MARRIED SOON

are especially invI;.'] to ( -al on ufl. W ,' havn many
things that are of 'sl'vial i ,- -r "w i '.,,t also) a ;rip.-
sition wlt-r'y y)ol (ail 'an url .h y I; ,r ; h ; j an I *
pay for it while oii ar. !r;in,< :t.



| MARSTON & QUUiNA,
108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.




DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR

YELLOW FEVER
At this time ef the year there is a gre&t deal of malaria and chills and fever.
As a positive preventa:ive try

LEWIS' ANTI-MALARIA AND CHILL CURE
IT CURES TO STAY CURED.
Sold at all drug stores or at
LEWIS 8 CO., Wholesale Druggists, East Government Street
PX:EC1.OmI CO CaWTqre


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PAGE SIX


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THURSDAYi MORNING, SEPTEMBER21, 1905


PAGE SEVn


~,4L


The JournaPs Classified Cash Advertisements


O~wo- twmeurE 000h Insertlons


No advdrtsement taken for less than Zbo.


SpeClal rates by the moi


ytft.


IPerfect Title!


Now the

Time to Buy.
4 well located lots W. LaRua cor-
ner, sure to eTnhance.. .. ..... .$450.
4 3 rooms and hall, new, built by own-
er for a home. good material, paint ?d
and hard oiled inside; 3 lots go with
tbe place, cannot be duplicated..$750.
2 houses, good renters, one is new.
Bargain here...............$1400.
2 n eat cottages on E. Wright. good
condition, rent $21.50, close in..$2300.
Something good in North Hill prop-
erty; splendla, corner, southern and
eastern exposure and nice little cot-
tage adjoining, renting for $15.00, titles
prfect.... .. .. .. .....$3000.

L.S. BROWN& Co
200 Thelsen Bld'g
"WE SELL LOTS"

For Sale.
FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful
country home on Reservation; gool
fishing; good garden; good water and
plety wood. Will selE cheap for cash
or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. How-
ell, Warrington. Fla., Phone 989. Box


4I ttt )*to Wol*.10 0434 bl tlt Wb~


BUY


WHILE


PROPERTY


IS


LOW!


Price Only Holds Until October 1.


4 Lots on northwest corner Roniana and "C" streets for $775


Northwest quarter of block 89, West King tract for

10 lots in block 48, West King tract for . . .

II lots on car line in block 96, West King tract, for


. $125

.. $500

. $550


THE FISHER REA L ES TA TE A GENC Y


206 South Palafox Street. Phone 87.


S36. 15sept.1m* *
WANTED h ELWANANTED CHICKE- WHEAT produces
WANTED.--~verybody to know that WANTED--Hotel cook: colored boy to he cheo epect food ta e aound. F.
I am prepared to furnish them char- cook in a small hotel, good salary; Mellen & Co.. Phone 334. loc -.
0I in any quanta., as I will always answer quick, for Chipley Hotel, Chip-
heran l rand.am t m bushelse ue ra. 9sep.. FOR SALE OR RENT.-Black top 200 Lots For Sale. LESLIE E. BROOKS
Wagons on the reet daily. When WANTED.-c-Good cleaner and presser tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for Par-
you want charcoal listen for the fog at once. Apply No. 9 East Inten- ties to camp out of town. Address P.- D REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD
horn. Vucovich Coal Yard, Geo. Vuco- dencia. 19sept3:* O. Box 446 cit. I V Rns collected and prompt returns
vich Prop 17spet. TWO WHITE FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room I ade. Money loaned at lowest rates
ich. Prop 17spt. TWO vHmITE LADIJS want positions house and 120 acres of good laud If you have property to sell, let
,WA2TD.---To rent five or six ron as chambermaids or dining room located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either t- Of $1.00 ly. (u know about it. We have clients
cottage, either on North or West py together or separately. Terms reason-1 v.ho want to buy any property paying
gtill. eusthave allmodern tconvT I. Nliseptlw" able. House ms be rented temper- No Taxes! No Interest! 20, S. Palafox St., Fisher Building.
Jences. Address P. 0. Box 464, City. WANTED.-All young persons wno icrly. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's ct- N axes trst 204, S. Pafox St. Fiher Buldng.
16sept. are good stenographers or book- flce 3 sept. This offer is inade to clerks. car- -_.
keepers, that are pseeknenters, baymen, hackrm.n. or to any
WAN.e can accommodate a promotiopers, that reseekingr woth sition or OR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent one who has the desire to grasp an MisooGlaneous
few uests at anupto-datemounta diately. We cn gisecurewiyoth us ooimme- for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and opportunity that they n never nave
low gute; climate delightful atd good itons. We a re having mou good pos-Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions again. Suppose I ask this ques- AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' nt
ter; moderate rates. Address F. D. daily than we can supply. It will co manufactured by Alpne Safe an tion: HOW MUCH do ou unnece:- Maarial an Chill Cure cures
Cnningham Bena Via, Va. you nothing rgir wituLock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. sarily spend each week for which yol to stay cured. It is a good tonic. a
l you nothing to register with us. Mole Communicate with me for prices and have nothing to show? To form a good liver regulator. You need it at
ptlm & MBusiness ro PrCollegetNo. 62-64he Moil terms before buying elsewhere. Scar basis from which to llu-tratc, we wil this time of the year. On sale at al
PLUTOI PLUTO! St., Mobile, Ala. 15septn* 2une. ensaoa Flaay $1.00. d-uruists, or at IAwis & Co., gast
Kee your system in good condition june. Suppose you pay t1a: $1.10 to rnm Government streer. Price, .,rc.
and you need not fear any disease. WANTED-Agents make $6 daily sell- FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock or each week and in a f w mnth. i 13.eplm.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for Ing the cheapest and most perfect confectione:it s and 'gzars. located will be an owner of re- T.a'o. Tlilnk
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. Water Filter ever invented. I{era!. .,n Palafox street. Can be had at bar- of it. Here is the chance of your i ~t: PIANO TUNING.
McHugh. at $.00. Big profit. Exclusive terr:- gain if purchased at once. Apply Es. Call and see me. I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
*McH ,or%. Senepa Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. cambia Realy Co 15augr i. I will -atisfy you in price an24
WAiM .-TO rent or buy improve. ]2septl0t* Camb e .. ThA. PIt of work. J. Conrad Scott, 24n
pl, t more than 8 msacolaes north 15-- FOR SALE-NIce new cottage (4 i y ast Gregory St.. Pensacola.
or notwest of Pensacola, with 15 to AN ED.-Trustworthy man to maa- rooms and hall) between Palaf)x 2jauglui*
25 acres of land in cultivation. las- age branch office and distributing (: and Bayein streets on Jordan St. Office Cor. Romana and Palafox Fts.
tine Hutto, Holts, Fla. Iseptlm* pct for large manufacturer. Salary to near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap- Phone 559. 1-i5-1W REGULAR MAIL LIN--Good convey.
start with, $1500 .rst year. and extra pily re J. W. West at Saunders Mill. .- -.. ance for traveling public. Daily ser.
KING & HTAL, contracting painters commissions and expenses. Applicant 22,1utZlm* vice each way. From Chipley to Bay.
uad decorators. Fine varnishing must have good references and $1000 -- FOR SALE bead. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley,
and finishing Sign painting a spe. cash, capital secured. Experience un FOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents Fla. 24mc
ciaity. Residence phone 249. 29aug. necessary. Address "Manufacturer," per hundred. Good for wrapping FOR SALE-South hs' block 211,- .
-21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. paper and to put under matting. All fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by REAL ESTATIL
Mrs. Laura W. Creary will resutae 3sept. clean and nice. Journal office. 137% feet on Bay View Park;al so REAL ESTATE In all parts of city.
and solicits thepatronage of all form- WANTED-The people of Pensacoa Do you value your health? If so, south half of block 2, fronting 400 .;
er customers If interested in good to cease worrying. Let The Journal use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" feet on 14th St., by 1372 feet on Bay mentsbuild your house lonl g time a y
bosiery send postal card and she will ,W Ads solve the Problem for yoC. enu u"Schly. New POrleans Grocery View Park.eTheponlyp't:perty nadjoin-f menG- D. Hale Wison & Co T
cl wth sales, or phone 17. iTey are expe-t detectives, and can Co. jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30,Ing Bay View Park tha Is now for TAILORKIN- L Diamonod, Tor.
fnl .1 the man you are. looking or i- .f- sale. The beautiful view down the Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and
augm he is Included n .the 25,000 or ,0 We have been with you in Pensac- bayou and down the bay can never be repaired on short notice. No. 11
W ANT D.- u .o hnos ut do cs the 2 l si ce t I 4, and stll i intend t obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jly W est Government AL, Pensacola, a .
WANTED.-Tou to know that you can people whica makes the population oftwith youn and serve You with the best' oie.
buy nice. clean old papers at this ensacol of roceries a lower ROW GINSENG. Large prots. ---- --
orce cheap WANTED. -Agents in different courn ket l)rRes. New Orleans Grocery Room in your garden. Roots for sale. FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY
Stie in Florida to handie Alpine Sae .. cHugh. Prop. aug20 Write today for literature. Bucking- CENTS per head, we will haul out
ID U ws a to buy t ~lb or ltrlel rftp and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo: FOR SAIE--Compietely furnished: ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. dead horses. cows, etc. Leave orders
St-e-- asdt bibim wondeftul Sfes a d V ault FtUr ou every house, corner Gad,ln St. and 7th 13aug3mos. at. 186 Bast Intendencla. Herrin
mut Th.-_ s- .T. -s.t *.... description. Write me for terms. avenue. Beautiful home. Must be Bros. Iftbe
f" -y IScarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.. Flor- sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut- FOR SALE.-?Two pair extra fine 8AILMAKER.,
WAN'T-J.-Everybody to know that ida State Agent. 28june. ter. 20septlw young mules, sound and in god J. H. PORTER, samaker, 716 out
cur Blend of Coffee may be Imitatedhorse tdonditionP.OAsoronL2-rhorsere7
cur Bleand of Coee m ay be imitated BAY HOTML---OpeR aht anl day. FOR SALE--One lot of fine show baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. PsJato streeLt Orders taken f o
ut cantbe cu g Npm4light and1asdtedn sno aaetetents, awnngs, camp stools and house
Btra t and c especially A' for n i -....cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31)as
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. clen. Transient trade socted 75. winery purposes or 'or drug store; 1
aug20 179 South Palato Jo-. 8. NIoola.s also one lot of counters and fine LOST
WANTED.-The public to know that mv. French plate glass mirrors. E. L. Mon y to Lean.
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of: ,T'D-Ati a Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep LOST.-Bunch of keys, containing ...-------. .
Florida. New Or:eans Grocery Co.. n to 'ANED-Actie lady wan~ t~ each BA.A a .cr. tur.ture three keys. Probably lost at post-
..s. McHugh. Prop. aug20 ,-e.nty dMonstrate and diplay r o.. ..ffieo. ... yReward for return t M O ey=to= Loan
,aldles "Salary $12 weekly; n store, stock and accounts. Call at M oney o Loan
i18.140 E. Intendencla. Man es'n buldng. ',sep-
WANTID.-The Merchants Transfer .al experience required. Silver: -- .. .. -
Cc. wants your moving and bauling. .. 720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia,' FOR SALE-One Choice block on top LOST.-Black. butt-bead cow, wit MONEY TO IX)AN-In large or small
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. Pa. 20sept23 of the ridge east of the electric steer calf with white face. Rrwar, amounts on real estate, plain or en-
ea Prop. Phone 97.. 18junelm. railway, between 7th and 8th streets, for return to Nathan Adams. 305t -' dorsel noes. Prompt service. L. S.
e -o Po .7g.. un WANTED.-Tbe P nsacola Journal Nature has favored this section and it amanca St.. City. 19pt* Bron & Thesen buldn.
Wo want everybody to know that we ha1 employment for two more relia- cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubs.
are wholesale and retail grocers and ble carriers. Apply to Chas. F. Stem- PLUTO! PLUTO! LOST-Maltese Angora Kitten near-'
till a* the old stand. New Orleans art. Room 9. Salisbury building, W. Keep your system in good condition ly grown. Reward for return to 811 MONEY TO N ood ri. aws
G'-ocery Co., Jas MrHugh, Prop. Government St. 16sept3t and you need not fear any disease.' E. LaRua St. 19se't tte security, or on good collateral,
aug30. -. ----. P!uto, the great stomach healer, for at lowest rates. Leslie Broota,
sao, wholesale and retail, by Jas.! LOST. STRAYED OR bTOLEN- Fisher building. AlJau
WANE-Tour electric work of all' 0 rd and ROOmS, McHugh. Black Holsten cow with brass tips
kinds. Let us clean your fans, re- on horns; about 4 years old, either .ONEY ";SL on s ay a& g
pair your dynamo, do your wiring, etc. FVRRKNSHED OR UNFURNISHED FOR SAE HEP three-year- springer or with calf. 4 Reard forl rdeit a nl nab
one 570. Pensacola Electric Co., rooms, near business center and on ld Berkshire herd tar, Duke n turn Burns' Dairy, 309 W. Zarragora weky or l.
corner Intendencia and Baylen streets, car line For further information Florida, No. 8,923.mont alsome ne, St. 17septlw*mrmoney see me.tJ. A-WUr- bt2 W.
riune*m. ring Phones 36t ann 848 5 fngs. registered and transferred. Carl Set- room 1. 2deo
WANTD--Haullne and traasfer;FOR RENT.-Furnished rooms out- terlnd Chiple Fla RE T MON LOAN on ooa
work O. e phone 363. Residce side of infected district. Apply to FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New FatR Rt r 't oy amoAao A
rhone 390. Acot" & W& te. 22-28 N.! S05 X. Be:mont street, city. City. Tract No. 812. For cash $600. FOR RENT.-Five room cottage with' Hale Wilson & 01L S
Tnrr~aoL. mich I2sep:lw* Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa., bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes, two atug2
laug blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
PART who wanstto ren tou tss: ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-! Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlm* MONEY LOANRD on ail kinds of petr
mt or anything else for a t Wat rooms for rent with or without boarl orer a barrel of lack lime to-da. sonal property on short notUca
a a l frnd he directly on wa'er front, suitable for Phone 367. 4auglm FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upeta re
Ads a great help. Po ne 367. huglm I FOR o e.en ApplroM.seR corner
higher. Fisherville. Phonp Mrs. Ret-FOR h e and wood. Mill ayne and Wright streets. Apply 28 South Palato St., Phone 1144
WANTle OrPersacola and Pana ma Canal9sept. just west of Muscoge wharf. C W. S. Garfield. 27aug. o
Psacoa uand Panaa Cana;Creighton. 10sept2m 1 UNUMXT7KD amount off moay loan
ctto,, which wl shortly appear. WANTED.-A few boarders n nprivae r onsept FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block ou- all knd o Pers l Propety
WUill Wta half-tone pictures of city ar. iA convene ent bo ralrsoa i FOR SAL .-My residence on East side city limits on county hard Special rates to bUSIeSss on large
arr and specl cene 1 eet i convenient to roasho Hill, either including whole bloak road with six room house; wind mill; ian.The N oew k Lk 0, 204%
Leave orders at Journal office. o .ree of e a &f twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or water pipes in yard and ali through -ut4 Pl 4
bathsC ad tel- quarter block of five lots. Apply at house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
'dNTEd--eoond-e ald Cork Ot ephcneodres. s C. ., care Jour- my office, Thiesen Building for furtti-1 M. McClellan, at First National Bank,.
an.i sotop eed meal ack Out of u ,al. Zoauglz 'r particulars. C. W. Hagerman. Pensacola. 26auglm Cashmam's P awu 0h1,.
tawr- shipments solicite4. Write us. 2'aug..
F S Mellen 0 Co. Omarbl 4augm. 02 8 PALAFOX ST.
. -*--- --...- OR SALE---econd-hand cas red- FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner WONNY TO LOAN ON DIAMOND,
S. R. BINGHAl wants your orovig ter In perfect condtlUon. Will *'l Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply Watches, Chains, Rings and all klads
and hauling He guarantees all break- Cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can w. S. Garfeld. 12jul of collateral security at lowest r. of
_e o_ e ___ be seen at Jamie McHugh's 22mca interest Bargals la uaredeemed
IECON^HAN, F-bKNITURE. Houne A O O ThRTON for al ase lasI FOR RENT.-Resiaence lately o> 0 lede"
hold Article, Jewelry and any eale I Cameras loaded and Ulloaded tree cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
able Article wanted. We pay ch ^ vtf chara He makes best photo. LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Ca'; A
or tl Addre-P. O. Box 8. City. We P *raphs in te south. 8 years a lesa. 43 S. Palafox street. T7une F. M. WILLIAMS, I
o AdPo r it.-AdrsP. 0 fo 33.at lIan. | CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, I
lAF d IfOR 8ALB.-1--room house. corner FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor- Offlce. Erosnaham building, next
THE RENTAl, BUSINESS is our lot, 3 blocks from Palafo,. lot *6z ner Barracks and Zarragossa street,. to Pensacola Business College.
,pecajty aad your bua,-- will 192 on car liae. For particu lar in- Suitable for boarding house. Apply Prompt attention always giver
have careful attention. D. Hale WiU- ( U aMi N 1B MNmi tdAI.I quire of Standard CloLding Co. to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 Bast Zar- .j to Luslness Pensacola. Fla. I
son Co. 29 Jan. gossa. 26inmt
*


DIRECTORY
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this

body on the first and third Aednes-
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are iequesteo to be pres
ont. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L. DELAY, Preeldent.
Searetary.
Pensatola". -.a No. 3, K. of P,
meets every Ifonday evening at 8:00
o'clock at fiir Castle Ha'l, Bloust
i Watson bu:lldlg, corner Palatox a d
garden dcreetk Vaititng brethren cw
j.iily welcome-.
J. H. BREW ON, C. Q
IL HORSLEki. A. of R. & .


R athbone Lodge No
S0 K. of P., meets every
I Tkilrsday eeninal at a8:)0
o'.-lock In their Cetle
he 1. ti!rd 6wor. Blount.
wf tson butldial, south.
went corner Plafor. and
Oarden streets Vetting Lnights ar*
cordially welcomed.
R B. CERUTI, 0. C
C. J. Levy, K. of R. & 8
Knights of Columbus.
SMeetings of the
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hall,
C No. 8 West Intenden,
Sci street, on every
; W Monday evening at
-30 O'clock. An in-
vn i tatlon is extended
to vialting KnIghts.
JOhN B. JONES.
EDM. FOX. Grand Kalght.
recorder.
Penuacola b.odg No. 4, I. 0. 0, p.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0 0 .
meets every Thursday evening at 7:3,
at the sewball on V West "aIi,
street. Visiting brethren coi.l,'a'
invited. T. G. STINSON,
B. R. WITKOVSKI, Secretary.
REBEKAH SI8TER&S
Naomi .odee Na 10, Rebekah gi


terms meeM evwr7 Mony7 nlht at
I o'clock e L 0. 0. 0V. a i wa
Citing slaters cordially Invited to
present. MRS. S. DeTHAY tR.
MISS MAMIE FJRt MAN. Secretary.
M. S. B. A. No. 81 meets first ane
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West In ten
dencia Street.
A.G. FLL, prea.
J. L. SWNMUN Y. Uee.

W.O.W.
Tve Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W.
meets In Pythian Hall 1it and ar&
Wednesday in each mont.L VisiUna
sovereigns cordially invited.
F. A. BOGHICH, c.
LESLIE U BROOks, Clerk.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursdar
of each mrnth at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor
Wftsou building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially invit.d. Mrs. W
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olsen,
Guardian.


GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

Merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. B. ThorL-.., Prop.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE 978.
P. O. COX, 67,.

THE
SHORT LINE


California and Northwest


via
Ch'cago, Omaha. s,' Iuis and Kansaa
City :I 'he
Union Pacific
and connections, wi thtirocugh s'?eping
cars.
One'-way colonist ra:'- on sale from
September 15'hi to O'o.tbr :;is'. 1905.
To Cai:fornia, Orcgn, \'V ,-hingtr n,
SMontan:a. I' ah. 'ec.
Spet', .al r-pound rirp :--te to Ca' for-
nia ani th L.* wis & ("ark Expmosl
tion a- P.rtanld. Oregon, until Sep-
temniber 2th.
Ask for 'h rough rate from your
station anid eAcuru literature. In-
formation fre,,v giv.-n.
J. F. VAN REN'SSELAER.
General Agent,
13 Peachtree S8., Atlaata, a.
G. W. ELY, T. P. A.

Pensacola, St. Ailmrews a
ulf Steamship Ge.
TErAM R TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRS T-CLAS PA5UJILNGFER ANj
FREIGHT hfERVICR
-Betwmmmn-


PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHb
COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AN.
DREWS, MILLVILLE.
And all points on St. Andrew. Bay,
Carrabelle and Apai.aLhicela,
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunda, 8:o0 .V
m. for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:30 p.
m. for St. Andiewa, Mvilviie, Ape.
lacicola, Carrabelle and lntagi
points.
For additional info.-mation apply t I
J. R. SAUNDiRS,
E. R. COBB, Preedat,
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Ag'.
Pensacola, FIa.


Pabst


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
has no equal
Sold everywhere.

S A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.
leader in Imported Wines
and Liquors
.ONE 1711.
No. 831 SO'"TH PALAPOX ST.
PL1IACOLA. FLA.


THROUGH SERVICE
1 VIA I
L A N., E. & T. H. and C. A L


2 *fttfbalod Thueo hTrin* IDa ily
-NASHVILLE TO CMICA6SO
THROUGH E6LSISPgRmonAY CoACHIMS
NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO
WRING CARS OSWUIW@A"LWESALS W5400"
IL AILLULM 4LP. A-.S. L noiNIS, qP S
EVAIIW.L& "M"N1&lo


aI


That means much to the man buying a tome, as also to
those who buy for an invesTmen' Very few realize the
number of clouded titles that exist in this as well as in
ether cities.


We Can Give You a


Perfect Abstract


of all properties in
Pensacola and Estalmbla for one hundred and twenty-five
years past. Don't buy unless you know the title Is
clear.


Pensacola Investment Co.


All. AL = ,city Uauagen
W. IL KWOWUf, PruI85".R. L SIMUNKISecem"r.
,L L 9TIU.3A14, V.-ftL 63663GM MMr. KNOWLEs EYE16 Tresmrw.
NWOEsa- OAOVSkmeml I wnmm
215 South Palafox Str**t, Pensacola, Florida.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, i THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905


,'WHISTLES AND;DBERDWE SHIPPING NEWS

L TOI 6HIS ON AD VITCTORYI Y pS riNr gr Bras, HewortI, 1649,
L HTS N M VICTORY YOURSrefto Scbreyer.
DON'T FORGET TO JOIN THE Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors
ground to A. Zelius.


LAUN Cotton
Make checks to the
J Sully, 49 Exchange p


A Dollar's Worth for a Si



Slighted



inthe



Making!


_ Must Have Whistles.
Th. sit an:1 aa; inspe(r.:(n st rv: e of
t h i D ;i'-:'i'en;t of ('(nim < r ;ianl.l La
-ro )itn ?lk: .'ren-ral ru and a .a
iS~o0881 UUCiOfry. Inln, pri-'-,"'1 b\ l,y4t' ..ari of -.ii)
-. cr. :sing ii.-p c(tors. as a:t. nt 'r, .ilan-
arn, and a1pro', baY the s 'ere
PATTILLO CAMPBELL, :ary of saAr d, .par tmen, F. ruary 2'
1 '. undt: Ilt l]R In, sec;or. 2'. ,'vi'.-
Attorneyotiuaw, e! Statii'-s 44i,,. r .quires motorr vCe.-
fm 405 Thlemen Building. s( i- of any tonnaee. other ihan steani
-....-.-. v .s.'l-. s' l in provided wi'Ih a whis-
lr Liy Tli io be blown by comprcsse air, or
S olher power. to gi\ th, ", n.'csar'
.AW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND 'bhistl-, si,-na .'i pas-nz vess -:- As
COLLECTIONS L;i, law dofs nl t p 'b.'e :he' /.., o;
PALAFOX AND ROMANAf. :th whistle, we won' advise !that it
PHONE 559. should be larg' enough to tbe hea. d a'.
S-leat one-half mile away.
P. P.STOKES Red and Green Lights.
P TO S, RelaT :n to lights to le, carried ac-
AutWnu c7y ndMCoui'islloratLaw cordn i,) to the Pilot Ru, e. for the A-.-
H08 East Government Street. lantic andl Pacific coast niland ..'ter5.
General Law Practice. Eppro\( d .iuly t. 1904. all ihe rule- r-
S- _,__ __ 'laning to lih's. for .inz.:1'' -' rine
and saIlinc. contained in ac ;);ro\-
V O CGE DO UVILLE, el .; ie7. IS,97. and appl: ii Tos ,-a:,
sF Tsha ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. r rip..lled liby a. Iluii ,ai'ha ,u' ',.-
Smm 580 Thigeen B'ld. Phone 74, ric m,,, ,, a, such
e -- .--- -
- -- .(.s a1 ,, s- .a'n -v. -'l- n the A
W ELSH & SM ITH .(or Pacific 11an1 'wa''s w.t.
S i' x ceptxc :.ion that I ] r l an l gr(
.EM Tiih'- I Ipon op 'n Ti i f ;; -irii 4
"'-ns and t: ,h r prop;, ,,j 'v i'. lni.!,
Fisher Building. 204', South Palatox tr.O:ha or e ,:r ,otor'.. nma' i. ,.\
Street. .' ,in',l from co('.b edJ ian ':-n s', i\-
;ti, a ro:! lish' andi a -, ,'* 1:*-. : .'.
PHO N E 525. ,. "rli.ht and a lnr,171
e sribe.: in ac, approve.l .uin, 7, 107.
I he'n 'he r'in.:i a::d shii. li -''s. a: ,
R-. JNO. B. TILLER. "nrr:,ed on s ich of I. ",
t ns and unf r. th, after rai,- 1. -.
Dentist. sal .h l. car: a;: :n ev.- of a,'
RInm 8, Brent Builaing. Phone. 86. Ia,'a o'i I \.. -:. at,: s;(.')
-... .. . ( f :tIn t r ,> r...- ": 1
Sunder. if prov i .'.' 1
fl WRIGHT 0 :x ; r &o T


SiaI,j qnual:. t, 1 b 'a i :i ',,
M anufa-tu:res of 1)r ;'.ic oN..%'t 1:. I:,!'. . ,;int.: ',4
and Ii al-rs in e pr .pe o ;'. ; ,. .
LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED CYPRESS! Must Be Kept Lighted.
SHINGLES AND KILN- V .'r.. r. ; i, '. ", c-, ,f ,r ss -
DRIED SAPS. i h-. : 'a. '". ..... -, 4, ',;lI un-.
__. d x' a' i r 4 t ', At a'. 4 ,'I4 "t 1 0i !'e e,
an.. rT I .' i 1. ti \ hd .
I i:" ; ,n hand.
GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILL .....! 'r al i -h.1l
M. r. GONAL=EZ & CO.. Pr . Ofil'' a .1 1 :,o ;.-no:hi-r .>-
Maut aurers T h n th. r CNOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND 1':4i, ...' .*;:'ev'.n. ,4)11i-
STOCK FEED. s:" :'n -':,' na: .n.nr as ', h mak- :hr.IL
Ify your meal and stock feed froE n- v: 1,. an. at i,,a. )'n r', ;:
h ome manufacturer. encourasinr li.'l <'Ia-. n, tI(. sCt,,: on t ) p r side
ten.e industry. ontribute t bhom l.,r tI,' n re l izh: 'n ''hi n-a.'oarar1d 5i..
labor. and lere -our money la ryol Ior i' ;:a:- e. o1'tcr than two
y. "'- :;: F:1" 'be h'a'4i i n th .it respee-
S'," s i To mnake th 11ii'- of lh'"st'
p : a l, ';.e-h T :nir certain and eas;.
:! i rn "o lnin p T.i-n i ;,i
Walter e Hooton, o pa:wi1', wi; :h, s'-,,)r ol "
t r' th .'\ r,'.-p, S:Genera l- "]pr in l- .iF w1v;h prip r scrte*n
G e n cr a l 1 h .ct- intII *t o s l a l- b v w (i f t h e
I e sitgna.- by .,if h:.;w ni of thi>

& 7a.'B ':.n f'al 31141
V I I. : nTI r i '. at a -:a,'
anUd FitingL1A1. .. i a net .), each ''h r.. an,!
CYC L 4 i :.4 .t -';.A r:ar .a o. ('
CYCLES REPAIRED.


CYCLLS FOR RENT.


Iron

La'.
Mc

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For


Health's

DL .-

LAt N:\
%,'L -i .
EASE GEL

The Star
laun
$7 E. Gal s-
Pt ...,


4..'.,'. '4 .. 4 4 1 II


' .'1T' 44: a h.' r' suIt ot
'4, 4.41' '.14.1 1 211 4' .44~ l~'"e"
..i4hi 4-' "'
'44.' 5


Penalty is Provided.
S- r. i .

: !\ \ : S. "" ; :Ot
., .i'), k "' '" (" i..lp I!. wi!h thl
,. c :4 .:;;t I,.' l:abi,a

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
"; :' .". ,' ; :",' i ,o in !n
* ,* '"' a t ':: l : '.B.'h '.

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ha- n ch "-

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;; j.'a" *- "::* its wo-- >'-!: w ri:O<
C A V E I., ., .. n (- I -:n -,. I'! In d ',
=N S L '" .n tt T .- i.inn !'h r' :.- f. .' l
"' ", e =',":' .- of Fo'.ey's Kildn,-v Cur,
-A & -eAM ". , :w-: mat
EY THIS I- ,, :. DI)uc.-. EL ER. D:S. cary.


' 'S KILLED

Steam
dry.
Phcle 114.


CREW NOTICE.
7c ~ L'-II' .4U4 f -
a ;'. iQ


DANIELJ.




TURPENTINE
McMillan B
Manufacti
MOBILE, AL


MARK
Naval Stores I
Savannah. Ga., Sept.
'Loieb Liarket closed
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Sp'r;-' Turpentine 62


COTT(


SCleared.
Fund, Noas, Rus sch. Sneedse, 333, for
n Bridgewater, with 247,000 a ft lumber.,
order of Daniel
)lace. New York. VESSELS IN PORT.
SU LY | Stoships.
SULLY. August Belmont, Br .s. Barnes, 2967
Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro
to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Ernesto, Span ss, Omaacchea, 1691,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe &- Co.
SILL Hesleyside, Br. ss, Bediingtou, 1687.
r / O st. Vincent.
ros. CO. Ida. Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to
Gult Transit Co.
urers, Kelvingrove. Br ss, McLennan,
.ABAMA. 193S. Necastle-on-Tyne to master.
Maristone. Br ss. Prout. 2513, Nor-
folk to or..'er.
SB'r. ss Ma"-iner, Capt. Bubb, from
JE New Orleans.
Niceto. Span ss, Bervtigul, 1822
Market. Liverpool.
U0.-Th naval Santanderino, Span ss, Equrrola,
to-day as fol- 1814. Tampa.
Simonslde, Pr ss, Robson, 195S,
5 4 Sanderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.
......... 5 15 Trident, Br ss, Innes, 2036, Cardiff
.........4 70 ) Ships.
4 Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
.4 55 men "o Master.
.. .... 4 50 Bar .
......... 4 45 Fiery Cross. Nor hk, C:aussen, 139.
..... ..4 40 Cork to master.
. .. ....4 35 Garibaldi. Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
......... 4 20 Gloinaster to orde,-. i
.........3 70o Huason. Nor bk, Knud-en, 771, Loan-
.........3 3'5 Jon to order.
'., cents. Kosmnos. Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227 1
London.
S ?anta Barbara, Port bk, Carreia.
I 63. Oporto to i. Baars & Co.
Werner. Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840.


The following cotton quotations are Rotterdam.
ir'o,),)-ei for The Journal daily hvy C.
Counter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker, Ocnooners.
Pensacola, Fla.: Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,
-- 165, Belize to master.
Pensacola Quotations. Dors. Am seh. \Vikie. 310 Havana
Gxd .Midling ...... ...........10 Elma. Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha
Strict Middling.. .. ............10 vana.
Middin ................... Halmar. Am sch, Axcisan, 55. Key
S:rict Low Middling.. ............ % es, to Gulf Transit Co.
Stains and Tinges t to 1 cent lower. Noas, Ras seh Sneeie, 333, Glou-
Scesteri to Master.

VALUE Of VISIT Cause of Insomnia.
VALUEVl Of V WISJITI ; Tnd;i5^,;Iin ti nr_1. nlvvi ie..


OF NAVAL SHIPS

The Rockland, (Me.) Courier-Ga-
z7 t, prin's ihc following relative ,0
thlie reont visit of naval vessels to
:;nt port:
Now that the warships have gone
\Ne shall have a chance to see how
n uch their presence here this sum-:
n: r has meant to us. In the life of'
:ii- city it has meant a great deal.
VWhen the ith e was here in full force,
,,-ore w'r' several thousand officers
.-alois me':in,-s and mirshipmen In the
1 arbor. and the number who cam.
,shor, in tihe afternoon and evening
varied from a few hundred to as high
as 1.5o0 or 2.010. It was probably
;:Oity close to the la: -r figure on the
Sailor's fit I a., last Thursday. Thb
ren bought their meals ashore and
many paid for odine here. They-
!ired bicycles and teams and rode by
c ,reo- on th, rrollv\ cars. They bought
(; lng. oilet at-lcl3. lce cream,
fruit, sVa and everything that ap-
r als to 1 h? tape and fancy of man.'
hVith t\\ )n' d(ai !\t ]hi'rt th( y receiveI
,')i)it $1' .0i,'. i ,o n I it would not be
idle to say that h. lf of it went to fal-
.;n :"', p;irs -; of Rockland business
nitn. No clats oi people in th- worl.V
,-)t nds Tincny as freely as Uncle
Sa:n'-~ s;!i,lrs. who seem determined
when th y gve ashore to mak? up for:
he time t .at nas i)ten lost while cruis-'
i-g. They seldom inquire the price
if anything and there's little or no
haggling after they do learn the price.
And be it said to the credit of Rock-
and merchants that there were only
a few r mote cases where this free-'
,(-a,-tednt'ss was imposed upon. From
a commner in] standpoint the presence
of the warship fleet has bwn a bless-'
inz to Rockland this summer.


ilLnUs.aiu iion narli' always U rlbUi-UJ
the sleep more or less and is often
the cause of insomnia. Many case-'
have been permanently cured by
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. fror sale by all druggists.

RAILROADS AND

YELLOW FEVER


-The Birmingham Ledger says: Of
all the road- affee'ed by the existeonc
of yellow fever i4 New Orleans and
other gulf towns, the Alabama Great
Southern, on account of its main line!
entering the Cresent City directly
from Cincinnati. Is the greatest suf-
ferer. TravelinF Passenger Agent A.
P. Freemaaq (tslei'th1s inorntng thar
the passenger traffic had suffered trr-
rihil effects, resifftftth in a certain
appreciable money loss.
The Louisville & Nashville railroad
trtight traffic has been considerably,
belotered on acolint of ihe discrimina.!
tioit, necessarily shown that road bvl
the fever in New Orleans. The ba-1
nana traffic of the Louisville & Nash-
ville has been something marvlck.is.
nearly the entire shipment of the
tropical fruit to the North being ear
ried over that line. It is announced
this morning at headquarters that'
Louisville & Nashville is now shipping
bananas to Texas, which was never
done before. The Illinois Central,
which, it is reported and generally be-.
lieved, will complete its entrance into
Birmingham by the time the union
station is completed, formerly did the
I'anana traffic from New Orleans to
points North and West. The fever in
New Orleans has caused many pur-.
chasers to placed their orders in Mo-
bile, from which place the Louisville
& Nashville has a direct line to North-
ern localities.


I Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years,
of Suffering
"I had been troubled with lame back
-for fifteen years and I found a com-!
plete recovery in the use of Chain-
berlain's Pain Balm." says John G.
Bisher, Gillam, Ind. This liniment 's
also without an equal for sprains and
bruises. It is for sale by all drug-
gists.
TO THE TRADE.
On account of quarantine, we will
not undertake to establish a branch
house in Pensacola until same is re-
Svoked. We will make all oil and
grain shipments from Mobile, Ala.
Same will go forward promptly. Send
us your orders for high grade oils.
PURE OIL CO., A
14septlm. J. F. Davis, Ag .


THERE'S NOTHING TO BE GAINED BY DELAY

and very day's np.lect on your part to iLsure )our Efe
but jeNpardizes yo1':. family's welfare.

INSURE TO-DAY IN THE EQUITABLE.


Insurance,
Fire, Life.


Knowles Bros.


Gen'l Atts
Pensacola


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
interest ra:e tha.n any co('-pany doing business in Florida.
It should be easy for you to decide the rest.

6. S. Williams, General Agent.







i Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
( FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
( STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
P-ompt attention g ven to a .1 ordrs. day or :.iglt. Agi.t :
for .Janes McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber DoI..-, :Ka) .
Chairs of al descriptions. e
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN. Mgr. .
) Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
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Estate !


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the

market.


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fisher Building.


NO YELLOW FEVEI


No Headache!


No Backache!


as long as you drink



Green Rive,


The Official Whiskey of the United States Government,



THE LEWIS BEAR CO.

AGENTS.


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NICE. FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK
APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
DAY.


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& TERSELY TOLD
i BUSINESS LOCALS. *
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Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
-932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua
streets.
McKinzie Oerting & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chand.'ers and grocers,
the only first-class house of the kind
i in Pensacola. Fair I 'er. to all.
i Why use Inferior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bond, F-cnch Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Low rates at SoultkUrn Hotel tor
rooms and board& ,


The Gas Range in the Kitchen is


Great Aid to Cleanliness.

It does away with all the smoke and dirt incident
the use of coal and wood, and makes the kitchen
easily kept clean as any other room in the house



PENSACOLA GAS CC


27 East Garden Street.


Phone 143.


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Legal Advertisements.

GARBAGE CONTRACT.
S':,' ., i.- t'; 4 1., l'i.ly rt;:u .ira! of
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Szaled Bid." S'i .- --f 'r n sl



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Heavy Penalty Provided in Case
Motor Boats are Not Equipped

According to Law.

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t<"a': cI;-'onsi ani>ng, na\ i-naor.- ,,1
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r:e"d on said v\,-sse:s.


S F!ar lau-H-v '" '. c.,iify .hJulty of
?'aii unity-- W ,. *' r. S. : r ho!.;' ,
has ;Ill))!i of;( A .Ininistrar't:n on he e'St;irta e f
Davil She.-'ain. ,tt-cea ,,' l. late of sa-'
c(onntv of ;.E-'iarlia. T'.-.- are ther-..
fo:-'e. to c',' a;' I a i;!.'ni:,h all and ,iti-
Lular the k ndr. d an,1 cr',,itor, of s : Il
drlct-a"' !, ) ')" : .114 n ap; '-ar l.,''or.' h
court t (, I>n or I,'-f.)r,i thi, 22n.,1 day of
Seprmtnither, A. I). l10' ;) i t' t> onj,'-
tions. if any th, v have. -', th1( gT;';in:nI l
let:;! rs as afori.- ti, o, t h' .rwi.- /o
same will be p;,ln;tl a pray ,I.
Wr witness amy ram, ('olanty .Iu.!,9
of the county (a,'.' ".'- i t h:.s l''h* day
of August, 190.2.
HENRY IFr.[.LIN;F:R,
auglloawfw (CoIuri,. Jmlg.a
NOTICE.
f Iaf i n r 't;- .! fr I'., !)us;n t I aake
thi.-, nif 444l ,1"f th !.in.';i. ; ',y fre'!r 1-.
and thoi public in itn,:al f,);, ,. imi r
Sal patronage ,.-')'ow d'l on ;! in '
, years, and I w,>ii:4 l r .p-' fu ;. ,-
t bat, the same may I) t ext i 'n l *o I r;;v'
tiicc('ssors, (rtw g.. and ('!arin: .-
:lnIs. whio a tr W ''-, k't ',
class barbrrs rti n,--l any fvTr ':.'" r,
Somninior ailt: > fr rn .it' T'.' ar' .
shop wil: h ,r,.aV-'r li. hri-;.'.;'i is ;:,*'
C llin I; Iar!,.r S ,,"I)p. , P S. Pal-
m ^ af.x S*., F'she' r bu i:.t..L .

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SWEEPING CONTRACT.
S h a tl d b:'I s h It. r:;i, : .,v f-pinr
of th,. pav'.'l pr'i,'m .: i' 1:.,x '.' .
259. for Thi half vy ar 4 :,;.lni Octh b-r
S1, 19,? wi:l he r- :- thfe Baar
!of )'ublie r Work4 a; :' 'v iall until
12 o'clock. n'on,. on M ,,i IL.,. Sep,-m-
A- r 23, 19%r. A '.'' ,onrainin.g
bids should "' :-., I, "Sweeping
e Sealed Bid." iS :'il hid *vr must
a ; 'ive approve,! -ihn.i .' .,' um of on-.
a thousand do:iar-. Th. 'i, to rj-ct
any and all bli.. re,-' : ,I.
(-HA0 if. BLIS.
'21s,)pt4t Mayor.
j SHOEING CO,.TRACT.
S-al'ed bid- fr "'- s-oc'ing of hors(-s
t to l and mules for ,- ar beginning Oc-
as "ober 1, 105. :.': *' receivee] by t .>
P* Poard of Pi,'', -W.;;rks at the ('C.r.-
Hall un:'l 12 o )l.i noon. on Mondla'.
4 September .7. n, el-5. All envelop.-;
0 -*"na:ning h,:Is hoi! : e marke-'
"Shoeing Sealed Bid." Th? right rto
S i rejcT-. any a-nd all bids is r".-Er.ed.
CHAS. If. BLISS.
21s'en4t. Mayor.
a Low rates at Southern Hotel f-r


*, rooms and board.


tx.r(ne wi*h
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John White I
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205o207 S. Palafox.
Phone 225.


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rrt~ts of 4orl ,n( i n'I lc'.i)tjl(' h.

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Did It Ever


Occur to You

that an air of prosp'-ority corm-
mands respect ?
Yum know tlhre is a very fi?-
tini- expresss on ;hat "'ou can
et': mire wilh your diamonds
than you can get on your dia-
monds,' and its a fact.

Your Appearance

is Your IntroductioLn.
A well-groon,,i man not only
co:!tmanit5 respect, hut demands
it. ani it aci')sn't require such
ar. awful outlay to give a good
frcin: it's care in buying.
Iint go to Mr. Credit store
and pay one-th:rd more for the
same quality. Come in and see
our line of
CLOTHING. HATS SHOES
AND FURNISHINGS AT
CASH PRICES.




H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297
Cor. Main and Palafox Sts.


Order tcrour
ICE, COAL and WOOJ
fresma time
Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
Office-C-orner Chase and Tarragona. Phone


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